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 \.  Vic-tori* ���  ��  The Sunshine  Printed aftdrPubli>hedat Gibsons, B.C  Pintos winners  _7"*t '  IQClper copy  Voiume .27 Number 27, July 3,- 1974  Baseball' Day, for the (Pinto  divisions on the Sunshine  Coast, on July 1 resulted in a  big win for the L & K Loggers  team of Gibsons.  They won 7-0 over Wilson  Creek Crickets. Richard Lov-  ell hit a home run for the.Log-  gers. The winning pitcher was  G_rry Knowles and Wayne  Tyson the loser. Good baseball  was displayed by both teams.  L&K Loggers, winners of  the league, and division were  presented with trophies by Sechelt ROMP Cst. F.R." Ogden.  The Pinto League All-Star  game between the north and  south teams was ,won by the  south 15-9. .Brian-Anderson of  the" north team hit a two'-ruta  homer in the first inning. In  the " second inning Gary  Knowles for the south wollop-  ed a three run homer. This  was followed by a two-run.  homer in the (fifth by Richard  Lovell. Jim Reynolds was winning pitcher with Richard  Lovell relieving him in the  fifth inning.  Players came from these  north teams, Pender Harbor,  Sechelt, Wilson' Creek and  Roberts Creek. The south  team was made up from the  Beavers, Sidewinders;, Boommen? and L&K Loggers.  Single negotiations sought  The B.C. School Trustees  Association has taken the first  step in opening contract negotiations with the province's  teachers. At' a press conference  July 2, BCSTA President Eileen Madson said the B.C.  School    Trustees    Association  way that the school districts  hire school architects to perr  form specialized services.  'The secretary - treasurer of  the participating boards were  asked to serve notice to their  teachers^ this morning,' said  Mrs. Madson. Tuesday was the  has been appointed bargaining    first day contract talks could  agent for 68 school boards, and    begin.  Teachers -bargain under provisions of the Public Schools  Act, and the BCSTA' has long  opposed-the compulsory4arbitration feature, ol* negotiations contained in the present  Act. Eighteen months ago, the  trustees asked, the -government  to legislate, province-wide bargaining of teachers' salaries, to  replace the awkward and.cost-  ly    iboard-toy-board    negotist-  thaf "teachers- empjlosjced Hby  these school boards have, been  invited ,to meet the trustee's  bargaining team on July 12 in  "Wanfcouver;  The' appoinment of the  BCSTA as bargaining agent  for the boards in no ���way di*-  minishes the board's authority  and responsibility to conclude  an agreement with the teachers   of   the- -'districts.   The  ' The Council of Forest -Industries has taken another  step'in its program, to clean\up  floating wood debris in southern coastal water's.,    Y '.  M.F. , Painter,  COFI Forestry .Vice-President,   annoyaicecj  logs can escape. ��� _ Y '.  The proposal to establish the -  boom patrol was one "of the  29 recommendations made by  a forest industry Log Loss  Task Force.7 The majority, of  the "' recommendations * dealt  with   log   handling -practices,  currently, reviewing jjg^siijt-  ants' proposals for the most'  efficient and useful means ,of  disposing of wood debris .and  deadheads.- -     s ���      -  ~. Painter noted that, since the  Fraser River is just completing its annual flushing of de-  Construction still booms  w*afnd.haiv:e^already7been adopts. tais,.., there .is,_ an'. Immediate,,  Souna "area. -^^_gTg_^^___i  - First half of the year building figures for the Sunshine  Coast show a total of $6,899,-  700 with an easy four-fifths  of this for residential construc-  tion^ according to figures from  the Regional District board  and villages of Gibsons, and  Sechelt.  Regional District figures  presented by Ted Reyburn,  building inspector, totalled  $5,102,700, which he estimated  was a 65% increase over last  year. The- last four months  have shown more than one  million dollars construction  costs monthly 'based on permits issued.-  Gibsons and Sechelt's building, inspector, Roy Taylor, reports; Sechelfs, construction to  Tides  SPONSORED BY  MARINE   MEN'S   WEAR  Pacific Daylight Time  T    HT    T       LT  July 3  _  8  10  0415  1930  0455  2005  0540  203O  0620  2055  0700  21H5  0745  2_35  0849  2200  0940  2230  13.0  114.4  113.0  )14.4  1!2.8  14.5  12.6  14.6  H23  tl_.7  litt.8  14.8  11.3  14.8  10.9  14.6  11140     2.5  0035  11215  01(05  11215  0145  1325  0225  1400  0310  1-30  0400  1500  0445  1535  11.1  2.6  10.9  2.8  10.6  3.2  10J2  3.8  9.6  4:6  9.0  5.5  8.2  6.7  the end of June at $1,077-000  and Gibsons at $710,000. The  Sechelt figure includes the  new Arena at more than $400,-  000.  There were 368 new homes  in the Regional District area,  41 in Sechelt plus 21 in Gibsons so far this year, a total  of 430.  Cemetery to  change hands  Control, of Seaview cemetery will pass to the Regional  District board on recoriunend-  ation of. - -Director Charles  Gooding who was appointed  to confer with the present  cemetery board to discuss its  future. "        '  Last -week's meeting of .'the  Regional, board received Director ' Goodings recommendation the board consider taking over the cemetery as a  function for the whole district  but the operation and maintenance be contracted preferably to the village of Gib_oi_#  Present   cemetery   directors  are Eric Thomson and Ed Butler   who "have   managed   the -  cemetery for several years and  now want to be relieved. The  cemetery is well funded having   an   investment   fund   of  more   than   $10,000;   Director ;  Gooding    suggested    Director ,  AldYKurt Hoeline of Gibsons  work i��^tli,."_-ii-iV"'*^^:^Hhie'-\ti__ce-  over. 7  MARINE MEM'S WEAR  1585 Marine Drive, Gibsons  Cliargex   7    < Mlastor Charge  -     FOB YOUB SUMMER  .        CIX>_-_nNG 7 7  June weather amounted to  _;0_" of rain. Last year's June  provided aTten yeaj record!  4.15; inches. The ten year aver-"':  age te'!l'.79 inches. High 'temperature was 73 on June 13 and  29 arid the low Iwas 42 oh June  8 There were 7 20 days with  sunshine.  has contracted' *witli f- Bforman  Wolansky. of Gibsons,, (above)  to conduct the patrol in his  32-foot fiberglass boat called  Shadow.  Wolansky _ main Responsibility is to inspect all Bo6ms  made up in or delivered to the  Howe Sound area. If the patrol decides a boom is not in  fit condition to be towed without loss'of logs, he will contact the people responsible for  it and indicate the boom  should7 be repaired" before it is  towed, Painter said.  The patrolman will - also  monitor all log handling operations in the Sound where  there are actual or potential  situations? under which debris  Boats afire  Two boats on fire during the  long weekend created sensations, one occurring in Gibsons  harbor when a dozer boat usecl  ' by the Beachcombers caught  fire. It was eventually towed  to the beach in a somewhat  burned out condition.  A' later boat fire occurred  July 1 when Darryl Morrison's  30 ft. fishboat Evelyn, caught  fire off Grower' Point. It was  noticed by a Gowet Point resident who informed the RCMP.  However calls for help from  1she burning craft' were attended'by rescue craft.-The Racer"  also appeared in Gibsons harbor about the time of the dozer  boat fire.  TYNER IN HOSPITAL  Director J.H. Tyner, Pender  Harbor representative  on  the  Sunshine Coast Regional Dis- 7  trict iboarci is  in St;  Mary's  Hospital   as   the   result  of   a  heart attack. 7  ..>-V-'-^-?M_N';ON RADIO  Lyn Vernon with Jon Vick-,  ;ers};will ibe on CBC AM. Rfcfc7,  Sio on July 9 at 8 p.m. and oh  F.M.. Radio. July 11, at 8 pm.  in the (Rape of TLucretia which  they did at -the Guelph Fe_p-  yal- in May. .  _fbr the establishment of an  interim board made up of representatives of the forest in-  _'dustry 'and the two J senior  levels of government. This  group has been formed and is  need'to proceed with some tri-"  terim   means   of  disposal.   To'  this end, the interim board is  setting up  a temporary facil- /  ity in the Howe Sound area to  handle   debris   disposal   until  the consultants' studies can be  acted upon.  School contract quite high  A contract for reconstruction  of Elphinstone ' Secondary  school reveals the amount involved would be $2,304,500 it  was revealed at last week's  .meeting of the school board in  its new office beneath the  Municipal Hall.  With Mrs. A. Labonte in the  ��� chair,' Trustee Peter Prescesky,  building committee chairman  reported the recovery, of insurance and other sources  would amount to $1,229,800.  The new construction figure  of $2,304,500 includes architects fees, site development  and a contingency allowance  plus the general inflationary  increase.  Secretary - treasurer J.03.  Metzler reported four portable  classrooms   were   being   held  for this school district subject  to {Departmental approval of  financing.  Teacher appointments included Wendy Skapski to Madeira Park school, Elizabeth  Worg, Davis Bay; Janet Mills,  Elphinstone; Roger Douglas,  Gibsons Elementary, .Cheryl  Douglas, West Sechelt and Jacqueline Inglehart, Roberts  Creek.  District Superintendent RR.  Hanna officially informed the  board he would retire on Jam,  ���31. Mr. Hanna also desired to  be relieved of the director of  adult education position.  For continuing education  Trustee Celia Fisher suggested the board look into hiring  a co-ordinator to look after  next fall's program. The board  agreed.  Firemen create water problem  Gordon Dixon, Regional District works superintendent has  called on the Regional District  board to help him get Roberts  Creek firemen to be less generous in using water during  practice periods.  The request was made at the.  June Regional District board  meeting when Mr.�� Dixon presented his report on June  work completed.  He reported'  ;%"new7wattt connections  which ���would include 13  new  ,:usexs.7 He  also   outlined pipe  lines laid in three areas.  liirector   Lome   Wolverton,  7water..kbo-ird chairman maintained an emergency like a  fire was one thing but in the  Roberts Creek case there was  no emergency. Roberts Creek  Director Harry Almond urged  keeping the use of water by  the firemen at a minimum.  Mr. Dixon after hearing the  board decide that with more  water users being available  water usage showed an even  greater increase than anticipated, suggested something be  done about improvirig the flow  from the Chapman Creek  source. The board agreed this  would be a serious undertaking but decided to order some  of the piping now. When completed it would increase the  flow from the source considerably as the old piping's life  span is about over.  VISITORS  I10RMA1M  Where to Stay  PENINSULA HOTa  About 7 miles from- Langdale  on Sunshine Coast Highway  Full Hotel Accommodation  Phone 886-2472  LORD MS LODGE  Heated Swimmng Pool  Sauna Baths  Excellent Cuisine   ' '  On Highway 101  7 miles past Halfmoon Bay .  Phone 885-2232  Toll  Free 687-8212  COZY COURT MOTEL  Inlet Ave., Sedhelt   _  Phone 885-9314  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  & TRAILER PARK  Gower Point  CAMPING by the Sea  Modern facilities in a rural  atmosphere  Phone 886-2887   .  Where to Eat  CEDARS INN  FuU Dining Facilities  :   Take Oat ��� Catering  __dSin-_li__e:C<Mst_Iirhway ---  Gibsons ��� Ph. 886-9815  PATIO GARDENS  Full Dining Facilities  "Canadian  &  Chinese"  Exactly ?_ way between ferries  on Hwy 101  "Open Noon - 8 p_n.  BEN'S TAKE-OUT DRIVE-IK :  Sunshine Coast Highway  Across from High School  Phone 886-7828  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURAN1  On Sunshine Coast Highway  at Wilson Creek  SflMTINK  Opposite Bus Depot  Sechelt  Food Supplies  BERTS SUPEKTIE  and DELICATESSEN  Cold Cute and Ass't Cheeses  From all over the World  Across from Hospital  Sechelt 885-9414  SECHELT FAMILY MART LTD.  Opposite Bus Depot  Groceries ��� Records  Tapes  Open 7 days a week  11 aan. to 11 pjn.  DELICATESSEN <  HEALTH FOOD  -AT  VARIETY FOODS  Gibsons  Hwy 101 across  from Bowladrome  Entertainment  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Sunnycrest ������ Gibsons  886-2827 ��� Show starts 8 p_m.  SEE PAGE 6 2     Coast News, July 3, 1974.  Subscription Rates: British Columbia $4.50 per year,  $2.50 for six months; Canada except B.C. $5.00 per jear,  United States and Foreign $8.50 per year.  Published Wednesdays at Gibsons. BC.  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Second Class Ma*1 registration number 0794. Re'rum  postage guaranteed. ��� ���������  Phone 886-2622        P.O. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  Controls on credit?  The consumer credit situation apfpears to be drawing  comment from, editorial writers and one could say it is  albout time it appeared. For instance the Globe and Mail  in a recent issue had this to say:  "Two-_igure inflation hit Canada once before in the  post-Second World War period, and was stopped in its  tracks by government action. Some of the circumstances  were different -��� greatly different -���-but..there were also striking similarities. One of the most important was  . that consumer credit outstanding ��� the ordinary borrowing to make purchases of ordinary citizens ��� had  been sharply increasing. So it has been of late years.  '���At the end of 1968, according to the Bank of Cana-,  ida Review, consumer credit outstandingin fCanada totalled $9.9 billion. It has risen steadily to the point where  atthe end of. 19731 it stood at $17:7 billion. This money is  helping to fuel inflation because it is sending out an excess of dollars to pursue a shortage of goods and services.  Moreover the lending agencies, from banks to finance  companies to retailers to all the rest, are actively urging  their customers ��� as every customer knows .��� to borrow  more money to make, more purchases, to make' their  purchases on credit.  "Political Headers in this election campaign have not  dwelt on limiting credit. Perhaps they should all examine  what happened between 1949 and 1955. |  "In 1949 - 50, the consumer price index increased by  2.8 percent. In 1950 -,51 it leaped to an increase of 10.6  percent. The government took action."  To get down to the weekly level there is comment  from the Ladysmith - Chemainus Chronicle of last week  saying:  "It is time to return to the mandatory down payments that' applied at the end of World War II. This is a  flexible fiscal onstnuneiit which can be altered quickly  as its results become apparent. Such mandatory down  payments would dampen the materialistic splurge in  "which people are now caiight up. It would reduce the demand for consumer credit and when the demand for a  coinniodity or a service drops, the price of _nich commodities and! services drop as- well. This is how the market  works."  It would appear some people are beginning to catch  up with means of curbing inflation. Perhaps they have  discovered as we are capable of flyng to the moon scientifically we should be able to look after something earthly like inflation. Y' 7 .:  The Wartime Price and. Trade board, was given jurisdiction over consumer credit arid instalment buying,  to reduce pressure on the price level through a curtailment of floating credit. It reduced t;he cost of doing business /arising from bad debts, interestYandbookkeeping  expenses.- It accumulated a backlog of demand for industrial products for a later period. The effect of this  control was eased out as conditions warranted.  5 to 25 years ago  Five Years Ago  Sechelt council supports the  idea that a garbage collector  should collect his own finances  rather than set a taxable mill  rate.  Dr.   E.J.   Paetkau   appeared  before Sechelt's council seek-  in?  moral  support  for   a  regional   community   recreation  'project.  A Regional board meeting  ���announced district garbage  collection would start about  August 1.  10 Years Ago  It was estimated there  would be more than 100 children available^ to attend kindergarten schools in September.  . View lots on Abbs road  were advertised as low as  $3,000.  15 Years Ago  A Sechelt home with two  vie|w lots was on the market  at $_,450 sale price.  For the first time road  signs installed recently reveal  that the highway was officially Highway 101.  James iSinclair MP announces Sechelt will have a  new wharf under construction  starting September 1.  The Peninsula, Athletic club  opens its new hall. 7  At a Seohelt Board of Trade  meeting the annual reports  were somewhat /incomplete  due to the absence of the secretary and the treasurer.  A $15,000 fire destroyed the  big house owned by Alex  Hague opposite Gibsons Bal  Block.  Tenders   have   been   called  for construction of an RCQV-JP  headquarters in Gibsons.  20 YearsAgo  Construction work has started on the Sechelt Campsitle  and on Elphinstone Park site  both west from Roberts Creek.  Work has started on a new  Office for the Bank of Montreal in Sechelt  Maldwyn   Thomas   of   Gibsons   leaves on   a  scholarship  trip  to Norway  arranged by  the Norwegian government.  25 Years Ago  Sechelt firemen in starting  to build a clulbhouse have already laid the skids.  On .Sunday June-26, Roberts  Greek United Church congregation moved into their new  quarters, the former Co-op  store near the wharf.  .0  ^��Vc-  ���   DISCOVER  the SUNSHINE COAST  through  K. CROSBY  Charles English Ltd.  886-2481 886-2098  Toll .Free 687-6445  'Tor THIS we send you to art school?"  The food basket  By L.M. Bezeau, Animal Nutritionist, Keloiwna, British Columbia Department of Apiculture.  In the past year, feedlot operators have taken a severe  financial loss and the future* is  very uncertain. Because of  this, it is anticipated that more  cow-calf sranchers will keep  their calves bright through the  feedlot period and. on to  slaughter. It is further forecast that commercial feedlot  operators will tend to buy  heavier cattle and hold them,  for a much shorter period of  time  on  the finishing rktion.  This fchangfe in feeding and  . management ���.will, mean that  more home-grown forages will  toe fed instead of buying expensive gram. Highrgraincorn'  silage will also play a prominent part in producing our future slaughter cattle.  Forage feeding produce-  some yellow color in the fat.  Yellow fat is the result of finishing cattle on pasture, hay,  or silage rather than grain.  According to Federal Governr  ment officials responsible for  beef  grading,   consumers  dis-  "Thank you" for  Gibsons council  Mr. R.L. Blakeman wrote  Gibsons 7 council a sincere  thank you to the public; works  supervisor and his, crew for  the promt replacement of water service to bis home.  The letter in part reads: The  job fwas efficiently done. The  improvement in supply almost  juh_elievable and greatly appreciated by my wife and my-  se_f.' Mr. Blakeman lives.... on  North Fletcher road.  '    -'.''������ ���'-'     ������     :.    "A   ���  24 HOURS  FISHING  ���;'���'*       7'" : -     k  Fishing in the Yukon means  that in mid-summer a person  has up to 24 hours of daylight  to take advianage of, not 7 to  mention the invigorating atmosphere and unsurpassed  wilderness scenery  THE   TR-TH   THAT   HEALS  On the Christian 'Science  Radio program The TRUTH  that HEA-U9 advertised _n The  Coast News people tell of their  experiences in facing retire-  mnt, and the blessings they  have found in Godi filled activity,    ,  Thoughts of retirement  should be positive. Worthwhile  and satisfying activity is ever  available to everyone. As the  individual* likeness of GocL,  Principle, each of us expresses  His ideas in rewarding useful  activity. The realization of bur  oneness with God insures a -  continuous joyful work to benefit both ourselves and others.  For further information or  free literature on Christian  Science please contact 885-  9778.  Peninsula Hotel  CABARET  SATURDAY July 6  criminate   against   yellow   fat  solely 6n the basis, of its sup-  .. posedly   unappealing   appearance.  The likes and dislikes of  consumers is a very interesting and mystifying subject..  Years ago, In some areas, there;  was a definite consumer preference for white-shelled eggs  rather than the brown-shelled  -variety. No one really understood why white-shelled eggs  were more desirable than  brown-shelled eggs but the  preference was quite apparent.  This doesn't make much sense  to us today, but the current  consuhier preference for white  fat in beef rather than yellow  fat is open to question too.  In the past, yellow fat has  beeh associated1 with mature  animals and hence, tough beef.  7 However, in bur present grading system, age is taken into  account. If a beef carcass  grades A, B or even C, it is  not ixbni an old animal. Grade  A is, identified by a red-ink  r-bbpn brand:; Grade B by a  blue brand; and grade C by a  brown brand. Black is reserved for mature animals.  The yellow color in fat is  produced by carotene (the  same pigment that colors carrots) in the 'grass. Carotene is  changed to Vitamin A in our  bodies, and everyone t knows  that Vitamin A is essential to  our health.  Beef from grain-finished animals ican be identified by the  white fat. Sbme consumers  have found such meat to be .  rather tasteless. But, accord-;  ing to many people, meat from  grass-finished cattle~has a delicious beefy taste and aroma.  'Yellow- is beautiful!'. If yellow7'fat is iavailafbe in young  beef, you're getting a bonus.  Why settle' for less?  LIVE MUSIC  -\  Pizza will be available  Phone 886-2472 FOR RESERVATIONS  SEE  KEN DeVRIES & SON LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Hiway, Gibsons- ���   886-7112  G ARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS  For your printing phone 886-2622  BANK of MONTREAL  ���   7    ./..���-. , '-   , i  tt        '���:  '  Remember our little ad in the Real Estate Section of this paper over  the past months offering to lend YOU money? Well, we should now like  fo invite you to lend US money.  We are paying extremely high interest now on deposits and would be  very happy to discuss the best plan for you..  Did you know that if you deposited your children's Family Allowance  cheque of $20.00 monthly at 8%% in 5 years you would have...  PRINCIPAL       INTEREST  5 years -  $1,482.00,*    $1200.00    $ 282.00  10 years   3757.00     2400.00     1357:00  15 years   7247.00 .    3600.00     3647.00  v WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON  BANK OF MONTREAL  GIBSONS ,      MADEIRA PARK SECHELT  886-2216 883-2718 885-2221 Coast News, July 3, 1074.     3  i i ��� ���  Bus. 266-7111  Res. 273-6747  E. E. (Mickey) COE  ��  BROWN BROS. FORD  40th & WEST BOULEVARD (opposite Kerris-  dale Arena)  41st & GRANVILLE STREET,  Vancouver 13  Liberal Party Headquarters  COURTHOUSE BUILDING  Wharf & Dolphin Street  SECHELT, B.C.  -I  FOR INFORMATION, TRANSPORTATION  ' TO POLLS, PHONE 885-2900  JACK PEARSALL  " . _,   . ���* * _.j��^  Welcome to the Creek  PLAY BINGO  AND COMPETE  $100.00 TO GO  50 CALLS OR LESS  THURSDAY NIGHTS AT 8:00 p.m.  ALL SUMMER WE WILL BE THERE  Roberts Creek Legion Br. 219  VOTE  LIBERAL  Wins $1,000  How would you like a surprise birthday present of  $1,000? That is what happened to Linda Szabo. Her birthday occured on June 30. On  June 28 Lesley Lynne, Lions  Club candidate for Sea Cavalcade Queen drew the ticket  held by Linda in the Lions  400 Club $1,000 draw. Above  are Leslie and Lions Club  President Larry, Boyd with  the cheque. '.;���  Vancouver fours outlined  Exploring Vancouver, Ten  Tours of the City and its  Buildings by Harold Kalmari,  photographs  by   John   Roaf,  contains, 350 photographs and  text. Price: $5.95. Format,  paper cover, 710 x 4%.  With   its   six  walking  and  four driving tours the book  . is of interest to the resident,  the visitor, and the architect  tural historian alike. Used as  an armchair .guide the bobk;  becomes" an illustrated histor-*  ical record of the city and its  buildings.  Recent controversy over the  Birks building, the Orpheum  theatre and Christ Church  cathedral reflects tne increased interest of Vancouver's residents in their architectural  heritage, and make Exploring Vancouver, which is the  official guidebook - of the  Greater Vancouver chapter  of the A^Wtectural Institute  of British Columbia, a particularly aptipublication at this  time. The guide is divided into geographical areas  which  iLog or  styro floats  to|  |order,   gangp 1 anks  Iwharves, anchors - CaU|  |us for your requirement  Call BERT CARSON  886-2861  chart the historical development of Vancouver from the  establishment of [ the Hastings  Sawmill jto the present expansion up the North Shore  mountainside.  Pearsall visits  Bella Coola area  i Liberal candidate Jack -Pearsall spent two busy d-iys revisiting old friends in the *  Bella Coola valley and making  many netw ones as he tourecl  the valley last weekend.    ^  Pearsall attended four meetings and discussed current issues as well as Bella Coola  Valley problems. Considerable  concern iwas expressed by citizens over the future of Bella  Coola in relation to hew in-:  dustries for the area. It was  agreed that a major problem  in the valley development was  communications and transportation. IPearsall took out three  briefs given him by concerned  citizens.  He will be back in the Williams Lake country for the  annual stampede* where he  will join the Hon. Don Jamieson, minister of regional economic expansion, in the fun at  The Lake.  SEEK TAX EXEMPTION  The Sunshine Coast Kiwanis  Village has asked' Gibsons  council, as a non-fprofit society  with no other income than old  age pensions it should be exempt from taxation. The matter has been turned over to  the finance committee, for consideration.  rftaprtft  .  MEED A RIDE TO YOUR POLLING STATION?  (Granthams Landing Communily Hall)  For pickup at either Langdale  Ferry Terminal or Gibsons Wharf  Phone 886-2555  Sunshine Coast Liberal Association  THE SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL  announces the opening of a new  Arts & Crafts Centre  in Sechelt, at the corner of Cowrie and Inlet Sts.  To he known as W_IIT____-CER7HpUSE       .  , All artists ;and7cra_ten_e__t ^  to participate Y       '       '  WHITTAKER HOUSE wil be op^ July7L6;.��aixi 17  from 1 - 4 p.m. to receive Arte & Crafts .  for the opening planned for July 20  from 10 a .iri; -to 57p.m.  Registration Fee for nohrmemb_rs ���- $1.00  Mrs. Virginia Crawshaw, 885-2198 for information  Funny  thing is���he  only  drinks to be sociable.  SMUG IT UP  ByLpRNE GJREENAWAY  Progressive,Conservative Candidate  7 for Coast Chilcotin     y  This will be the last in a series of colunms before  the July 8th election. I would like to emphasize a  few of the platforms I have stressed throughout the  campaign.  1. Inflation ��� We plan to do our utmost to slow the  inflationary rate Twith our���"$lexible control program,  by curtedling government spendng and by reducing  the amount of raori^y printed and Circulated.  2. U.I.C. and Various Grants ��� While I agree  that the U.I.C. program as'it was conceived is an  excellent plan, it has been abused until now, in  many cases, it islittle m.6re than a /welfare  scheme. We plan to put Manpower >a_4 U.I.C;  together as one unit and'we also plan to ensure that  TJ.I.G. no longer acts as a welfare plan.  Various grant programs such as L.I.P. and O.F.Y.  must obviously be more rigidly supervised. If  yre are going to give i^^  iiotworkng then lets give it to our older people.  The young and able ^  and, who live off those of us who do are, in my  opinion, little more than parasites. Let's put  the incentive back where belongs ��� on a days pay  for a days work.  3; Housing ���- We will remove the 11% sales tax  on building materials. We will establish  a revolving Federal Fund, in which the Provinces  would participate, to setup residential  land-banking agencies. We will establish a  properly funded and administered Central Mortgage  Bank to reduce borrowing costs for home  purchasers. We will permit interest charges over  8 % on first mortgages to be income tax deductible.  4. Pensions ��� We will increase Old Age Security  benefits by $84.00 a year and the ma_��mum  Guaranteed Income Supplement by $96.00 a year.    -  The monthly income for Canada's neediest  pensioners will be $202.00 a month, an increase  of $18,000 a year over the present level, and  pensions will continue to be adjusted to the cost of  living. .  5. Fishing ��� We will definitely establish a 200  mile limit and see that it is policed.  6. Native Peoples ���-Our program will allow our  Indian citizens to develop and use their own ideas  and initiative. They must be allowed to run  their own affairs as other Canadian citizens do.  7. Small Business ��� We know how important small  business is to the welfare of this country. We will  help, not hinder the development of small  business.  Li closing I would like to say how much I admire  Bob Stanfield. He is a quiet man, fair, sincere,  a man of integrity. When he makes a commitment  he keeps it and when he says something can be  done, he means it. Vote for a sound conservative  government ��� vote Progressive Conservative.  For your printing phone 886-2622  --- < Pupils present piano recital  4 *   Coast -Tews, July 3, 1974.  Earlier   in   June   a   recital  was held at the Calvary Bap;-  tist Church, by the students of  Mrs. Arlys Peters. Parents: and  friends enjoyed a mixed pTro-  gram of solos and duets. Carol  Montgomery opened with Summer Evening and'-'humber^bf 7  pieces    follbwed    demonstrating different picures that music-can conjure.  Mrs. Peters joined Janet McKay in a duet of the Parade  of Wooden Soldiers by Grieg,  and later with Brian Hoibsoh  in a stirring rendition of Chopin's Polonaise, a performance that met with consider-  alble approval.  .During   the.   past   year   the  students have studied compos  ers and instruments of the  orchestra and interspersed  through, the recital some of  the students presented information on , specific composers  and instruments. Their scrap-books were also on display.  Tea was - served by the  mothers after the performance.  SIGNS VETQBD  Because it would set a pre- .  cedent Gibsons council has decided   against   reduced 7 speed  , road   sign-   in   the   Dogtwood  road area. It was argued that;  7 if signs were placed there it  ? [wouldmean that other p-iaces  under   similar    circumstances  wmtld increase the number of  signs throughout the village.  Mulch assists  serious gardeners "��lf news  WINNER of this month's Kinsmen Shoperama, held at  Elphinstone Co-op on Saturday, was Kathy Clarke of  Gibsons. She collected $67.80 worth of groceries in the  two minutes allowed.  Rear of Gibsons United Church  Serious gardeners know how  useful garden mulches are.  Thick layers of mulch conserve moisture and reduce  weeding ' time. During those  hot summer days, mulch keeps  the temperature of the soil  down and thereby helps plants  .grow. ���   Y  Mulches : can be made from  coooanbean shells, straw, hay,  grass clippings, shredded paper, decayed leaves, buck-  hulls, shredded (bark or peat  moss, to name a few . things.  They are inexpensive and  should be applied throughout  the summer, but especially before the hot July weather ar-  rivesY        ��� ��� -.'  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  Phone 886-2622  DEA-DIJNE, TUESDAY NOON  The  game on v June 24 for  Ladies Day was called Throw  out.  ? Anne DeKleer was the winr  her for the 18 hole game.  Moira Clements and 7 Edna  Fisher "won for those just  playing 9. holes. Pin TRound  was won by Vera Munro.  Gardener haberdashery  Gibsons V. C. Thrift Shop  We^ have just received  our recent selection of  . Buxton wallets for ladies  and gentlemen. Excellent  choice of leathers and  styles. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Pol} N��>.  Poll 81  Poll 83  Poll 83  Poll 84  Poll 85  Poll Boundaries Polling Stn  Comprising the head of Jervis Inlet to include Percy Camp Office  Logging Co. camp.  Comprising the Bear Bay Logging Co., Jervis Inlet .Camj> Office  Comprising an area bounded by intersection on Long  Egmorit  Bay and: Iiong.; 123.30 then south to Sechelt Creek at   Corhmunity  Salmon Arm ,* then west throiigh Narrows Arm, Sechelt  Hall  Peninsula and continuing to hesid of Sakinaw Lake;  thennorth to Agamemnon Channel, continuing westerly along Jervis Inlet to the mainland north of Ball Point;  then east to point of beginning.  Cancelled.       ' 7 "7 '"'"' V  Commencing at eastern foreshore of Pender Harbour   Pender  and the southern boundary of D.L. 1025; then south   Harbour  and west along foreshore between Mainland and Frabti-   Motel  ces Peninsula to the west boundary of-D.L. 2010, Quar-      .  ry Bay, along Nelson Island on west side of settled  portion oh the east coast of Nelson Island, across. Aga*  memnon Channel to a point due north of D.L. 1025 and  southerly to point of commencement  Poll 86  PoU 87  Poll 88  Poll 89  PoU 90  PoU 91��  Poll 92  PoU 93  PoU 94  Poll 95  PoU 96  PoU 97  Poll 98  PoU 99  Commencing at Frances Point; around the foreshore  of the peninsula involving all the small-islands and on  through Strait to point of commencement.  Comprising that area bounded north westerly along  foreshore; through Bargain Harbour and the Georgia  Strait; then north easterly to the easterly foreshore of  Pender Harbour; then east to a point due north of  North West Bay; then south to Carlson Creek and back  to point of commencement.  Commencing at North West Bay; rurining due westerly and northerly embracing the Thormamby Islands;  then due east to Carlson Creek arid back to point of  commencement.  Commencing Sechelt Water District on the west; then  easterly along Highway 101; bounded on the south by  Georgia Straits /and on the north, by the mountain  range.  The area bounded on the east by Porpoise Bay Road;  on the south by Highway 101; on north by Porpoise  Bay and on the west by Georgia Strait.  Bounded on the west by Porpoise Bay Road; on the  south by Highway 101; on the east by the East Porpoise Bay Road and on the north by Sechelt Inlet.  Comprising all lands within the boundaries of Sechelt  No. 2T  Comprising the extended  care wing of hospital and  hospital staff quarters.  Bounded on the north by Legion Building, on south by  Bay Road, on east by land elevation and on west by  Georgia Straits.  Bounded on the north by Bay. Road; south by Girl  Guide Camp, east by land elevation and west by Georgia Straits.  Girl Guide Camp" to and including west side of Hall  Road.  East side of Hall Road to Seaview Cemetery including  Lower Roberts Creek Road.  Starting at the Cemetery along north side of Sunshine  Coast Highway to North Road., west side of North  Road to Cemetery. Road, including Gilmour Road.,  along B.C. Hydro line to point of commencement.  Commencing at southern tip of Gower Point Road and  waterfront, .east along shoreline to western Village  boundaries, north along Village boundary to Highway  101, west on Highway 101 to Pine Road, then on a projected line to point of commencement.  Reitze  Residence  Community  Hall  Halfmoon Bay  Community  Hall  Old Legion  Hall  Old Legion  Hall  Old Legion  Hall  Peninsula  Drive-In  Hospital  Wilson Creek  Community  Hall  Wilson Creek  Community  Hall    *  Roberts   Creek  School  Roberts  Creek  School  Anglican  Church Hall  Anglican  Church Hall  PoU No. Poll Boundaries  PoU 100 . East side of School Road to waterfront, east along waterfront to and including Checkwelp Indian Reserve,  westTaiong Marine Drive to a projected line to High-,  Way 101 at the corner of Bal's Lane, south side of  Highway 101 to point of commencement.  PoU 101 Qh/ih'e riprth by the west side of School Road, on the  ^ast thei TWaiterfront, including the wharf, on the south  by Wirui- Road,1 then north on a projected line of Stewart TRdad to Highway 101 ai^Ndrth Rd7 South/side of  Highway 10% from the Twilight Theatre including  Shaw andJDavis Roads. Y -        .7  Poll 102     Baund_d on tne north by Winn Road, on the east by  the waterfront,-on. the south by the east side of Prowse  Road t6 Glassford Road, then southwest on Glassford  Rdadto Gower Point Road,' then north to point of  - commencement.  PoU 103 Co^mericihg sat TPrqwse Road (South side) and Bay,  s^^  on Glassford to Gower Point Road, south on Gower to  7Vnlage boundary, then northeast along shoreline to  point of commencement.  ., .7, ."*.*-": ������','���-. x ' - Y   ���  ���' ' - ' '   '  Poll 104 Cpmmencing at a projection of Highway 101 to the,  w^effiwmtj ,,7ttten" north east along waterfront to7E_-.'..  phinstorie R<Ja,d (both sides) to Reed Road, west7 on  RieedRoad1 to western villajge boundary, then south;  along North Road (east side to ^ig-iw&y 101,7 along  Highway (north side) to point of commencement, (top  of Bal's Lane and Highway).      7  PoU 105 Commencing on a projection oiElpl-iristbnfe; Road and  Reed Road to waterf ronty west on Reed Road to North  Road, north along North Road to junction of. said road  and Highway 101 (north side) to Feeiiey Road, east  side of Feeney Road to waterfront then west to point  of commencement.  PoU 106 Commencing at junction of Highway and East side of  of Feeney Road, south east along Feeney Road to waterfront, along waterfront to north7 end of Y.M.C.A.  camp, eastto B.C. Hydro}R/W.then sduhto North Rd.,  along North Road to Highway, then along waterfront  side of Highway ,to point of commencement, and to  include Keats Island.  Poll 107     Commencing at boundary of .PotH 106, to include Williamson's Landing east to McNab Creek.  Polling Stn.  United  Church HaU  Anglican  Church Hall  o:  United  Church Hall  United  Church HaU  Granthams  Community  Hall  Granthams  Community  Hall  Granthams--  Community  Hall  Port Mellon  Community  Hall  VOTERS IN THE ROBERTS CREEK - GIBSONS - McNAB CREEK AREA  _����eASE REFER TO THE MAP IN THE BANK OF MONTREAL, GIBSONS  VOTEJiilyB.  open 9 am to 8 pm  LOCAL TIME  This ad has beeh paid for by  The Sunshine Coast Liberal Association By TRENT VARRO     \  ' Y All rights reserved.  ARIES - March 21 - April 20  Some slight 'domestic clash'  may be bothering you at this  time. If it is, you can be sure  that it's not important, but it  might be wise to get some -ex-  perf Tadvice. 7  TA13RIJS - April 21 - May 21  75Pou are slowlyentering a period of a 'new life.' This might  seem liarsh at Sfirst, but in the  ' long run it iwili ehalble you to  achieve all the things you  have always wanted.  GEMINI ��� May 22 - June 21  This should work out to be a ���  very good! week for Gemini especially; in social affairs. Short  journeys are favoured, and  there will ibe Tihany friends  around you to help you enjoy  yourself.  CANCER - June 22 - July 22  A new start in life is most  - definitely indicated; A heavy  load will undoubtedly be lifted  off your shoulders. Romance  and social life are strongly  highlighted.  LEO - July 23 - August 23  If you don't buck, the tide in  human relationships you.  should do very well indeed  this week. By flaring up at  some     trivial    incident,   ' you  could spoil all the good that  is coming, to you.  "VTRUU -August 24 - Sept. 22  Look beyond  the,- work  that  you are now engaged-in. A lot  of creative  ability  is waiting  to be opened up. Domestic affairs are; most important right  now: Be kind, and it will benefit you greatly.' Y 7  LIBRA  -  Sept; 23  -  Oct. 23  .The doors of opportunity are  opening ih your��fdvour. This  will be  a  long slow  process,  but it's coming. No overnight  miracles will change this. You  may find something that you  never dreamed possible. .  SCORPIO - Oct. 24 - Nov. 22  Someone behind the scenes is  probably    going  . all-out    for  your   benefit.   Profit   by   this  knowledge,    and    bide    your  time. Don't try to push things  too fast or you may end-up iby  losing.                                 7  SAGITTARIUS Nov 23, Dec 21  Family matters are :most im-  portant at this time, and can  do much to help* you. "While  luck may hot seem: to be wcLth  you, you can be surei tttat pulb-  lic relations are very much so.  CAPRICORN - Dec.22 - Jan.20  Take some time out to evaluate  just, what   exactly   your  ambitions   in   life  real_y   are.  BERT'S  and DELICATESSEN.  COLD CUTS, and ASS'T CHEESES  ��� FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD   .  FOR PARTIES OR SOCIALS, GIVE US A CALL  AND WE WILL MAKE UP PLATTERS, etc.  SECHELT, B.C. 885-9414  Across from. Hospital  Homeowners,  Homebuilders,  Contractors  Have you been wondering what to do  about CRACKING, BLISTERING, PEELING  LEAKING SUNDECKS?  I have the PERFECT SOLUTION for your problem  I will FIBREGLASS your SUNDECK  and give you a TEN YEAR guarantee  to cover normal use andwear  You will never have to worry aibout scraping  and painting  THE COLOR WILL ALWAYS BE THERE  I have a wide selection of colors^ to suit every taste  Coast News, July 3, il��74.  You'll gain much from this  self-evaluation, and may come  up with an entirely new^ concept'-of life.  AQUARIUS - Jan. 21 - Feb. 18  Study Yat the present time is  most favoured for Aquarius.  It is quite possible that sometime this week you will come-  up with an idea that could  set you up for a long time to  come.  PISCES - >eb. 19 - Mar. 20  You should enjoy a most  harmonious Tweek7 with associates and close relatives. You  could enjoy a good holiday  with friends andloved Yones  but, be extra ciareful on the  highway* and aroundv water.  For FREE ESTIMATES call BRIAN  at 886-9111 or 886-9604. day or night  Gary and Helene. Wallinder  of Gibsons .wrote Gibsons  council with a plan to use the^  front shop portion of the form-v  er Gibsons Building Supply: on  Seaview road as a store for the  sale of antiques, curios and  haut couture: *  Y Councii's reply at last weeks  meeting ,Was^ that it is. .a bad  place for business and it preferred a developer taking it  over and turning1 it into residential property.  Council requested that Gibsons Building Supply company  be informed only residential  plans would be considered..  -    DENTAL BRIDGE FOUND  A four-tooth, dental bridge^,  found in Holland Park looks  like an expensive job and  must belong to someone. It can  be obtained by calling at the  Post 'Office in Gibsons.   '  Church  Services  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew _  Rev. David H. P. Brown  Sunday School. 11 ajn.  Morning Service. 11:15 ajn.  2nd and 4th Sundays  Holy Communion at 8:00 a.m.  St. Aidan's  Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Sunday Service 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH  11.115 a.m., Divine Service -  9:30 a.m., Wilson Creek  2:30 p.m., Roberts Creek  ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES  8L Mary's Cfam-fe  Fatter E. G. Lehner  11 a.m. Mass, Sundays  ;   Phone 885-9526  BAPTIST CHURCHES  Pastor" - Wilbert N. Erickson  Office 886-2611, Res. 886-7449  CALVARY -Park Rd, Gibsons  7;v7k;--^_IJN_>-V^7'';"7  Morning Worship; 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellbwship 7:00 p.m.  Thursday -. Praygr and Bible  Y  .Study, 7:00 p.m. -Y  BETHEL - Mermaid & Trail,  7v'7^"^7777S-cheltV: ������'  . 77SUNI>AYi_ 7  Sunday School 10:00 ajn.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Wednesday - Study Hour  ;;; 7 7 7;3Q pit,  GIBSONS PBNTECU-TAI.  ���    Mem_iBr P.A. 0.C.  Phone 886-7107  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  7 Morning Worship 11 am.  Evening Service 7:00 p.m.  Wed* flUe Study, 7:JO p.m.  Fri., Accent on -outh, 7:30 pjn.  Pastor G. W. Foster  GUD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Pbone 886~2S6B  {Sundays. 10 ajn. & 7 p.m.  Bible Study, Tues., 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  "In His Service ���  At Your Service  FACE RETIREMENT  ': WITH PRAYERFUL  ACTION  Man   never   really   retires  from his most important res-  pbrisifo-lities ��� to God and  to has neighbor. /  -Broadcast this Sunday over  many stations including  CJVB, 1470 kc��. at 9:30 a.m.  The TRUTH  that HEALS  A Christian Science Radio |  engineer  , Highways Minister Graham  Lea has announced that..-Roy  W. Gittins has been appointed  assistant regional highway engineer in Regidri 1 which covers the Lower Mainland and  Vancouver Island.  Mr. Gitteris began his career  with the department in 1057  when he was appointed district highways manager in  Fort St. John. He later served  as district highways manager  at Menitt, New Westminster  and -North Vancouver. In October, U971 he was promoted  to regional construction engineer for Region 1.  "Drive CarefnDyP  ~H"} ' ^  7^Y^Y  hew  can be a major  source of continuing revenue  ~'   .-.V  The B.C. Branch of the Western Canada Lottery invites service ~  clubs, charitable groups and similar non-profit organizations to become  ticket agents for the Western Lottery.  It can mean as much as 35% of the revenue from ticket sales for a  project in which you're engaged. And personal bonuses for your members-  Tickets for this, the first of four annual draws, go on sale July 15th.  To apply for ticket agents status call 387-5311. Or contact the Provincial  Government Agent in your area. Or fill out and mail the coupon below.  Ticket sales close for the first draw on Oct. 9th 1974. The  preliminary draw will be held Oct. 23rd.  First Prize  $250,000  Second Prize  $106,000  Third Prize  S 50,000  Five Prizes at 325,000  $125,000  1,900 Prizes at $.00  $190,000  Sellers'Prizes at 5%   7  $ 35,750  Total Prize Fund  $750,750  p  I  I  i  i  i  ��  a  *  I.  Get a shared all share  f f f  Complete and mail to:  B.C. Branch,  Western Canada Lottery,  1008 Langley Street,  Victoria, B.C.  NAME  ORGANIZATION  ADDRESS  CITY OR TOWN  1 6     Coast News, July 3, 1874;     NOTICE  COAST NEWS CLASS-H�� ADS  Phone 886-2622  Deadline ��� Tuesday noon  5c a word, minimum 75c  for up to 15 words  Subsequent Insertions % price  25c added for bookkeeping on  nds  not  paid one  week  after  Insertion.  Legal ads 25c per count line.  Subscription Rates:  B.C. 1 year $4.50, 6 mo. $2.50  Canada ex. B.C. 1 yr. $5.-0  U.S. & foreign 1 year $8.50  COMING EVDCTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons, 886-2827  SEE THEATRE AD  UNDER MISC.  FOR 'SALE  Courtesy is an old fashioned  virtue. Call us for a ride to  the election polls. 886-7744,  886-2772 (Gibsons); 885-9830  (Sechelt). Authorized by Coast  Chilcotin Election Campaign  Committee, N.D.P.   July 25: Katherine Kullman  Miracle Service, Vancouver  Pacific Coliseum Anyone interested in a chartered bus taking  1:30 ferry, return 10 p.m. ferry,  cost $5, phone 886-2660 as soon  as possible. .  Transcendental Meditation information.   886-7654,   866-2524.  Every Thurs., 8 p.m., Bingo,  Legion Hall, Roberts Creek.  DEATHS  CORRIVEAU -On May 17,  1974, at Puntzi Lake, B.C.,  Joseph Arthur Corriveau of  Hopkins Landing, B.C. Sur-  . vived by his loving wife Florence, one step-daughter J.  Pauline Haar, of Edmonton, 1  stepson, Peter Ohler, Vancouver, and 5, grandchildren. Me-;  morial service Sunday, July 1  at 2 p.m. at the Gibsons United Church, Rev. J. Williamson officiating.  ���  Income tax cheque at Sunnycrest Plaza on June 26. Reward offered. Phone 886-9912,  ask for Ed. 7  Baby sitter in my own home  for 2 small children* 2% days  a week starting Wed., July 17  . till Thurs. Aug. 29 inclusive:  $1.50 per hour; Phone 886-7865  Waitress wanted Experienced  only. Phone 886-9815.  Women wanted as part time  kitchen help at YMCA Camp.  Phone 886-2025.  AVON  YOU CAN SlELL AVON full-  time or part-time! As an Avon  Representative you can schedule your own working hours.  Make the most of a real earning opportunity by selling  quality products right in your  own community. Call now:  *85-<2_83 after 4 pan.     .  WORK WAMTED  Johnny Construction. Licenced  carpenter will do all carpenter  work and painting. Anywhere  in district. Phone 886-7498 evenings. Van. 434-0836.  PAINTING  &  LABOR  i by contract only  Crew available  Phone 886-9245  W_ provide a complete tree set-  vice for the Sunshine Coast.  All work insured and guaranteed to your satisfaction.  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  885-2109  Backhoe available on request.  Phone 886-7638.  .    .  Will do any kind of work  around house and garden, also  moving and hauling of any  kind. Phone 886-9503.      ' _   Backhoe available for drainage, ditches, water lines, etc.  Phone 886-9579.  CHIMNEY   SWEEPING  Oil Stoves  Phone  Ron   Crook,  886-2834  after S p.m.   TYPEWRITER  &  ADDING MACHINE  SALES & SERVICE  Phone 886-7111  For all your carpentry need-  Call A. SHEPPARD  CONTRACTING  885-2978  FURNACE INSTALLATIONS  OIL BURNER SERVICE  Financing Available  Call Thomas Heating, 886-7111  PERSONAL  CARPET CLEANING  The Argosheen Method  We towel dry!  Phone  12 to 1 - 885-9327  or after 5 p.m.  For'Latter Day Saints in ibis  area, contact 886-2546.       _;__  If you are concerned about  someone with a drinking problem call Al-Anon at 885-9409.  Meetings: St. Aidan's HaJi,  Tuesday,  8 p.m.  MISC. FOR SALE Z  EATON'S  CLEAN SWEEP  CATALOGUE SALE  Pick up Flyer at our  Gibsons Store  . TAKE HOME SPECIALS .  VIKING Ranges,  $309  - $399  VIKING Fridges $329  - $389  VIKING Dryer $204.99  2 element HW tank $85.95  1 element HW tank       $82:SS?  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  Gibsons, Ph. 886-7515  OLAUSSEN Campaign Head-,  quarters for Election Day in-,  formation. 1545 Gower. Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons. 886-7411. Authorized  by Coast Chilcotin Election  Campaign Committee, 7N.D.P.  Shim shakes for sale at $2 a  bundle. Phone 886-9658.  Aquarium and accessories. Ph  886-7073.  Selling out all household furniture, dishes, misc. Everything goes. July 11, 10 am. to  8 7p.m. Evelyn Johnson, Dou-  sgal Road, Gibsons.  Honda 500 - 4, 5000 miles, $1200  Phone around 6 pan. 886-7920  RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS  Phone 886-9873  Wed^ *nuirs.; Fri.. Sat, 7  7 July 3, 4, 5, 6  NOT NOW DARLING  Maiture ��� Warning, -nudity &  suggestive dialogue.7  Sun., Mon., Tues. July 7, 8; 9  THE   PAPER   CHASjE  Mature:   Warning, occasional  .coarse language.   . ���  10 x 12 cottage tent, $25. Ph.  885-9737. Y y  MAYTAG. Used automatic  washer. Good working order,  reasonable. 7^rieJ585-2896._Y  Child's-rocking horse. Large  deluxe type, $20 or nearest offer. Phone 886-2512. ���'���*���  1970, 450 Honda chopper. Ex-  cellent condition, 11,000 miles.  Must be seen. Best offer takes  Phone 886-2761.  MJahogany 4 piece bedroom  suite; dinette set; 2 tables  (Arborite tops); outdoor una-:  brella table; bed chesterfield  and wing chair, etc. Phone  886-2785, Gibsons. _  ��� 1972~ Yamaha~250 trail bike.  4.000 miles, $600 Ph. 886-7219.  16 fi. seM contained travel  trailer, $M0Q. Phone 886-7274.  Table, 6 chairs, in. good condition, $50; 15 cu. ft. deep freeze;  bovs 1 soeed Mustang b_ke, $20  Phone 886-7273. __  Cheque writer $25; adding  machine, $30; pocket books!?0  each. Lazy Boy chair, $190.  Phone 886-7920.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C. & S Sales.  Ph;  885-97113 Sechelt..         ���_  WAMTBT" -  Ladder for bunk %eds. Phone  886-7054.  12  cu.  ft.  or  better propane  fridge and propane-hot water  tank. Phone 886-9872.  Chesterfield and chair; dining room suite; double size  box spring and mattress.  Needed urgently. Write W.  McLean, Box^ 317, Gibsons.  PETS  ��JPJC.A. ��� Puppies to good  homes Phone 886-2664  Kittens free to good homes.  Phone 886-2890.  New Zealand white rabbits,  Pekin ducks, chicks, Emden  geese, one wethergoat. 886-  7582.  CARS, TRUCKS FOR SALE  1966 Chev Caprice, power  steering and power brakes.  $6501_88612394.   1971 Ford Gran Turino, in  good  condition.  Ph.  886-9192.  1964 Dodge, $135. Phone 885-  9737.  Ford Auto trans, low mileage,  fits 289-302 motors, complete  witjh torque converter,, etc.  $50. Phone 886-2761.   1968 Beaumont, 396 cu. in., 4  speeds, excellent condition. Ph  886-7027.  BOATS FOR SALE  14' aluminum boat, 18 hp. Ev-  inrude, 2 mo. old, steering and'  controls up front. 886-2394.  MARINE INSURANCE  PROBLEMS?  New insurance advice  Re-insurance advice  Claims settled  Capt. W.  Y.  Higgs,  Marine Surveyor  Box 339, 'Gibsons  Phones 886-9546 or 885-9425  SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE  WANT�� TO ROW  Lower Gibsons, suite suitable  for  bachelor.  Prone 886-9970.  Responsible young couple, handy with tools, require 2 bedroom home in Gibsons area.  Phone 885-9895.    Family of 4 requires 3 or 4  bedroom home. 2 older children. No pets. Anywhere Sechelt - Port Mellon area. Ph.  886-9032    FOR RENT  Three bedroom duplex, like  new; on Highway 101, Roberts Creek, near beach and  golf   course.   Phone   886-7032.  BONNIEBROOK CAMP  & TRAILER PARK  Beautiful site for a trailer  up to 40 ft. Couples preferred. No dogs. Phone 886-  2887 or 886^9319.  800 sq. ft. shop space for rent  in village of Gilbsons .business  district. Write P.Q; Box 202,  Gibsons,  or phone  886-9604.  Maple Crescent Apts., 1660*.  School Road, Gibsons. 1, 2 and  3 bedroom suites. Cablevision,  parking^ clbse to schools and  shopping. Reasonable rent. Ph.  7886-7836. si  PROPERTY FOR SAU  Attractive- 2 bedroom home,  furnished, room in basement.  In Gibsons village. Phone 886-  7284..  .  Three bedroom home on Davis  Road, close to schools, shopping centre. Fully serviced.  Phone 886-7032.    3 bedroom >mobile home, good  sized lot. Extra bathroom,  large addition with rec. room,  double carport, utility, cement  slab. Lower Pratt Road, $20,-.  . 750,  terms. Phone 886-9262.  Granthams, 5 roonis, fireplace,  plus 3 iroom second isuite, fireplace. IPlus small cottage. A-O  heat, furniture. 112-922^'1224.  % acre on the bluff, Giibscfcis.  Cleared, (septic tatik possible.  $13,000. Phone 886-7857 or 836-  9854.        .      _Y___     u___   Langdale Chines. New sufedi-  visiorv view lot, 85 x 150, underground services, paved  roads, $10,950. Phone 434-6326,  876-1975.. y'  SECHELT AREA  By Waterj\Panoramic View  Ex grocery and butcher shop.  Fully  equipped,   living   quarters below7 Grossed over $83,-  000 in '73 on 5 day week, 9  am. to 6 p.m. Only commercial property in fast growing  area: Closed due t% illness.  Blacktop driveway, -parking,  129 ft. frontage on Highway  lOi. Equipment optional. Only  steps to-beach. Safe moorage.  Phone 885-532.    ���=, 7   View~lot in Gibsons. Phone  886-2417.  ���_  LIYESTOCK  1 buck goat, 3 mo. Togenberg,  $20.  Phone 886-2821.         Pasture for one reasonably  tractable  horse.   Ph.   886-9893  AHNOUHC-MEMTS  For membership or explosive  requirements contact R. Nimmo, Cemetery Road. Ph. 886-  7778. Howe Sound Farmers'  Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric  or   regular   caps,   prima-cord,  HOWE SOUND WATER TAXI  New Brighton, Gambier Island,  is now under the management  of Mr. John ^Cnight. Phones,  886-9343, 886-9651. Radio controlled. -  Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone  885-9534. 886-990. or 885-9327.  Gibsons meeting Monday. 8:30  p.m. in Gibsons Athletic halL  COMPRESSED AIR  -- RECHARGED  FIRE EXTINGUISHERS  Skindivers available  for salvage work  Marine Hardware 1  Fibreglass, paint, tope, canvas ',  WALT NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Gibsons. 881-9303 i  WANT SOMETHING DONE?  You'll find the help tod need  in the Directory  Charles English Lfd,  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  GIBSONS, B.C.        Ph. 886-2481  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  TOLL FREE 687*6445  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� APPRAISALS  $9,800 to $11,500.  LANGDALE CHINES:      View lots  Some without view. $8,500.   ���  16}_ ACRES: With long highway frontage, 2 creeks. Not  in freeze. Treed. $38,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: 9 suite apt. block'. This unit is almost self contained. Shows excellent revenue), zoned, on  sewer, has potential for increased revenue. Call for details. Asking $187,000.  MARINE DRIVE: Gibsons - 3 bdrm, well built home with  fireplace and utility. Large lot, close to beach. Lease landt  $25,000 with $5,000 down.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: On a command view lot of Howe  Sound. 3 bdrm., 2 level home. Master bdrm has en-suite  plmbg. Galley kitchen with honey spice cupboards. Extra  large living room, opens to large sundeck over car port.  Finished rec. room. Lot is 90 x 100. F.P $45,000.  JOHNSON ROAD: View lqt - $10,500.  GOWER POINT: 3 beautiful waterfront view lots. $66,000.  takes all.  Why pay for land when retiring? Purchase the house  only, and lease the land. Look at this 2 bdrm., small, immaculate house on a view, semi-waterfront lot, also has  fireplace, sundeck, auto oil furnace, and all for $19,900.  GOWER POINT: New home on large lot -130 x 220. Split  level, 3 bdrms., en-suite plumbing, fireplace, family room,  futuristic kitchen,'Vz basement, utility room, dble carport.  A real family home. F.P; $58,000.  Ken Crosby ��� 886-2098  Don Sutherland ��� 885-9362  Mike Blaney ��� 886-7436  Jay Visser ,886-2531  CONSULT US FOR ALL  YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS  Phone 886-2000 ��� Gibsons, B.C.,  MEMBER ��� MULTIPLI. LISTING SERVICE  Sakinaw Lake in serene Pender Harbour. Enjoy the scenic beauty> summer or: weekends, from this snug little'  hideaway ��� large lot, has 90'  lake frohty man made sandy  beach, 2 room furnished log  cabin, deck overlooking beach  and boat float. Storage building.  Asking  $25,000.  Redrobfs Road: Large corner  lot with view., $8,500 full price  Gower Point: Approx. 1 acre  with panoramic view. Older 3  room cottage". Paved road, each  end of property - Regional water. Listed at $31,500. Y  Gib'spns: In prime location,  upper and lower duplex, all  services and steady tenants.*  Terrific view. $32,500, some  terms . considered;     Y  Retirement Special 77- 'Cozy  room cottage, level landscaped lot on quiet residential  street. 2 private patios, carport. Private front garden.  $31,500.      YY   7:  Large Treed, lot in quiet residential area. Few lovely, evergreen  trees. $8500. Y- YY7  Granthams: On. large view lot  a real family home of 3 bdrms  den, living room, family size  kitchen with breakfast area,  separate   dining   room, ,Mod.  ; vanity bath; W/W except kitchen and bath. % bsmt.- A-oil  heat. Carport, grounds simply  landscaped for easy care. On-  : ly $36,000 with cash to mortgage required.     7  Retirement Gem: Revenue too  Spacious living room features  lge. window to take advantage  of the1 breath taking views,  pleasant dining area, mod. kitchen, vanity bath." Lower suite  Consists "of 2 large roonis,  compact kitchen and bathrm.  Private entrance from covered  patio. Grounds are' beautifully  landscaped and fenced. Carport and cement drive. A must  to see at only $41,500.  LISTINGS WANTED!  Norm Peterson ��� 886-2607 Freda Dumont ��� 886-71105  (WART Mcf^ REALTY  Phone 886-2248 Gibsons  Box 238 Gibsons, B.C Notary Public  Summer Suite on waterfront for rent. $100 a week.  .ROBERTS CREEK ���Well constructed and designed 2  bdrm house on large lot. Large living room with F.P).>  Nicely designed kitchen and full basement with rec room,  2 car carport; adjoining lot also available. Full price $42,000  3 bdrm home on 2.5 acres. Close to golf course. Fu||i'  basement with oil furnace. Parked at only $43,000  .5.5 acre, seclusion with good access to highway. Yefetr  round creek and good level land. QPriced at only $29,0001  Gibsons Rural: 1.58 acres; of view property. iSbUdiLy constructed home with great possibilities. Quiet countlry surrounding-. Only $32,350. ������..-.. ������;���.. .-Y;;7  Large lot in developing area, good holding property.  Sacrifice at only $8,500.  MOBILE HOMES  20' x'48' Squire, double wide,  3 bedrooms, utility room,  fridge, stove, rugs and drapes.  Available immediately. Phone  886-7378.       .f   3 bedroom, 1 year old double  wide trailer. Fully furnished,  including v washera nd dryer,  shag carpet. $6,400 down, assume payments. Ready to move  in immediately. Phone 8867  7684 after 5 p.m. _______  SUNSHINE COASTMORILE  HOME PARK & SALES  New Models now on display:  12 x 62, 2 bedroom Statesman,  carpeted    throughout.    Large.  livingroom and bedroom. Bay  window.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and driers, custom-  made furniture, delivei-y and  complete set-up. All taxes 5m- '  eluded. No hidden charges. No  extras to buy.  Hwy 101, Gibsons Ph. 886^9826  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  First ��� Second ��� Third  Summer cottages  and builders loans  readily available  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  Corp. Ltd:  2438 Marine, W. Van.  Phone 926-3256  ��2^^F.  WML  Logger contests  now big time  Bill Moore, boss of one of  the: most enterprising-logging  camps in the province, at  Winter Harbor, on the northern tip of Vancouver Island,  had a dream six years ago.  ; It involved organizing the  7 loggers of the province into a  group and having them compete 'in sanctioned . tournaments for prizeTmpneiy. The e-  vents would be strictly woods  ,. man - axe throwing, tree  chmlbing, power sawing, log  birling. all tbestfuttvthat good  loggers are made of;; '-\  Moore 7\^nt to vw^ on it.  He gathCT^  gmgYb_^4^"f^  ; agemeht and labor and his  dream began to take" shape.  From those organizational  meetings sprang the Canadian  Logger iSports Association, 7<>r  as it was soon' to become better known, Canlogi 77  Less than a dozen communities were involved in the initial staging of Canlog events  the first year, but the general interest among the loggers  was one of extreme enthusd-  ' and^ it^travelled all tlie way to  astrn; Word on Canlpg spred  Vancouver where ah invitation  was made by the PNE to hold  logger sports competitions  during that exhibition.  , Today, the Festival of Forestry event at the PNE is that  Fair's most popular event and  plays daily to sellout crowds  of nidre than 5,000.  LISTINGS WANTED  Ron McSavaney, 886-9656  Heard the latest? Board will  v A former official and a  former employee of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  board have asked for an investigation into the present  management of the board. ���  'Both maintain the systeih is  falling apart and have asked  for a special board executive  meeting to;.1'thake.-.an;,investiga-..  " tion.    .    ���  The complainers were  Charles Gooding, a former  secretary-treasurer who resigned to obtain another position^ and TReta Relf* present  Halfmoon Bay director who  was relieved of her position  as secretary to Mr. Gooding.:;  Chairman Frank West on  hearing their complaint decided the matter should become the subject of an executive meeting.  "Claims, were   also  made  of  unfinished business disappear-;  ing    from    meeting    agendas 7 *  without notice:  GARBAGE FIRE  Tuesday riighfs fire alarm  was the result of garbage  burning in the Gospel Rock  area,  .  Ballet exams  Ballet pupils of Jean Mill-  ward recorded excellent results  in examinations. Christine Irvine passed her first Cecdhetti  exam with high credits. She  was examined in Vancouver  June 26 by -'the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.  Nine students were entered  in the examinations of tlieCan  adian Dance Teachers association and all were successful.  They were Karen Boothroyd,  Kari Nielson and Judith Lan7  dis, all commended, Carol and  Wendy Montgomery, Donna  Holland, Nicole Dolinsky and  Sheree Wolansky, Rebecca  Goodwin and Judith Laridis.  Susan Francis, Rebecca Good  win''-and Christine Irvine will  attend the summer school in  Vancouver- organized by the  Canadian Dance. Teachers As.  sociation. '��� ��� >;,:7^  Coaist News, July 3, 1974.   . 7  THE BLUEBIRD of Happiness  was the Tineme of the hisliai-lla-  tion of omcers for Bethel 28,:  International Order of Job's  Daughters., June 28. Georgina  MdGonnell, the new queen is  shorwn above with her associate ocE-ieerkv  fo  be removed  Council plans ������:������' action on  cleaning up Gower Point road  at the burnt out dry cleaning  plant and the old house next*  to it; Request for demolition of  the . dry cleaning plant was  sought by the Alice Odermatt/  which council will comply  with at the request of the  building  inspector!  As regards the old house,  one of, the pioneer homes ih  the lower village, council desires to have it demolished as  it' is being torn to7 pieces !by  degrees.       .'7  Fire Alarm Procedure  ALSO INHALATOR  To place a Call at Gibsons OR Area covered by the  Gibsons Fire Prtfedioft District:  1. Immediately dial phone number 886-2345  2. Wait for someone to answer  3. Give them (A) location ot Fire & Address  (B) Name of Resident Involved  (Q Extent of Involvement  (Dj Y^rKame   ;  4. Ensure everybiie is but of the building no  matter how small the fire is.  5. Dispatch someone or yourself to nearest  roadway to direct Firemen or R.G.M.P.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  WARN  RE- GARBAGE DISPOSAL  Under the terms of the Sunshine Coast Regional ��� District Garbage Collection andr Disposal  By-law No. 22 (1969) as amended, it is strictly  prohibited to deposit; .tree -mots and stumps on  Regional District -Sfeage disposal sites.  Any person found  guilty of an infraction  against s^ch regulation shall be liable to a fine  not exceeding $500.00 and costs.  July 2, 1974.  G. DIXON,  Works Superintendent  GIBSONS Bantam Girls soft-  ball teamr-ftias won its zone  finals, and is now preparing  to go to the B.C. Finals in  KeloWna July 6 and 7. (Rudy  Kurucz,, coach, thanks the Gibsons , Legion and Elphinstone  Recreation for their help in  financing the team and their  trip:.   ,���.        ,,.   Y  B.��. Tel offers  two toll plans  . B.C. ITel has informed Pender Harbor 7 subscribers  through the Regional District  board that 6ri> the subject of  toll free dialling in Pender  Harbor area '.\ two proposals  have been developed.  One is ah optional residential plan involving free calls  to specific exchanges at flat  rates. Another is to restructure  existing , exchange, groupings.  .''';'-The'-<BjC. Tel proposals were  urned over to the director of  Area A (Pender Harbor) for  him to ascertain local desires.  I want her eating out of mf f  ~" ���"''' "< hand.  MEAT  Grade A whl  PRODUCE  ENGLISH  Long, No. 2s   69c  lb.  ea.  Thompson Seedless ___.  PEPPERS  69c b  39c lb  CHECK OUR AISLES FOR NUMEROUS  INSTORE SPECIALS AT ALL TIMES  ORANGE CRYSTALS  COFFEE  GARDEN GATE  5-pouch pack .'___  BLUE RIBBON  1   lb.    __.______.-.__.  TEA  BLUE RIBBON  100's    ____..  "����5*** "  tulip     y~~  1 lb.-tin ._��� ____ :_; ___-  LUNCHEON MEAT  TULIP    ;  .12 oz. tin  &  PURITAN Brand 7  14 oz. tins ���____.  $1.69  69e  2,or59c  |u|||J    LIQUID DETERGENT �����__���  rllK    24 oz. Twin Pack _____._______L_���__���___���     V'^C''.  HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR  SUMMER FUN NEEDS  ZING   ��� ������   8for$l  WESTON'S       ^      RQ_��  10 bz. pkg. __ �������� for O^T  CANNED WP  STONED WHEAT THINS  _f*l_ Af_C   l\l_lkll/r    WELCHADE, From Red, White and  URAPL  DKINltt     Reg  Grapes QQ_  Pack of 6 - lOoz. tinsv____ _______ __.____     ^^V  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  LUCKY DOLLAR  FOODS  WESTFAIR AFFILIAH - GIBSONS  PRICES EFFEQIVF  Thurs.r FrL Sat., July 4,5,6  YOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  MORE  YOUR  AT  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE  1 ASK FOR FREE CA1M0(JUE OF REAL ESTATE  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 698-5838  AGEN CI ES  box 128, _^c__elt^b.c.  E.&6.E. ������^-���4���-CORNER OF'TRAIL and COWRIE-  WATERFRONT LOTS YREDROOFFS-  ROAD 7 ���^;7.;���.7.: 3_i36  Panoramic view of the Georgia*Straits  with a beautiful building site on the Red-  ^"ooffs Rd. for both lots. Steep access +o  beach; there is a private road giving  easier access. This road is only for the  convenience of the lot owners and not  for the general^ pubHc. Xtoive out on Redrooffs and see the; Sechelt Agencies sign  on the lots. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487.  WEST SECHELT - LARGE TREED LOT  7    ',��� '>���'������; '-.  7-7 ;.���������    3JL97'  Get seclusion, view and trees, on this lot  119x320'. Water and hydro. Excellent for  a designed home of your choice, in this  choice area: Asking price $22,500, a single  lot goes for minimum $12,0007 PETER  SMITH, 885:9463 eves.  SEA VIEW HOME 3-216  Built to last (almost forever). This outstanding home has a fully concreted  basement with auto oil furnace and .hot  water storage tank. About 4 years old.  The builder built this home to his own  high excellent standards, but was forced  to move. His loss will be your gain when  you purchase this modern home with all  the extras for only $60,000 cash on the  barrel head. Buy in Sechelt and be sure.  ROBT. (TINY BOB) KENT, 885-9461 eve.  DAVIS BAY - LANDSCAPED - 3 BEDROOM HOME 3-182  Don't want stairs? Here is a fine 3 bedroom home with utility, stone front heat-  ilator fireplace, and a truly panoramic  view of Gulf. Washer, dryer, range and  fridge, plus drapes, with sale. Priced in  low forties, arid early occupancy. PETER  SMTTH, 885-9463 eves.  EUREKA ROAD (Sargent Bay Area)  23-3-188/218  2 lots, each for $8,000 F.P.. Take your  ������������< pick. Level wooded land, hydro ayailable.  -Only  6  miles   to   Sechelt,  bus  neiarby.  i       Many are building in this area, ideal for  summer homes, retirement or just plain  bushwacking. Zoned R-2. JACK WHITE,  886-2935  eves.  1 BEDROOM HOME - SECHELT 3-209  Charming older type 1 bedroom home on  a % acre lot just a short walk to the  beach, shopping centre, schools. For appointment to view ���PAT MURPHY, 885-  9487 eves. F.P. $28,500 cash or $32,000  terms.  TUWANEK   SEASCAPE 3-158  Amidst the dogwood forest we offer this  lot - triangular - 1501 road x 123' x 173'  on road too! Water and hydro and a nice  spot to nest your vacation trailer. Want  terms? We'll listen. Try $7500 full price.  BOB KENT, 885-9461 eves.  PENDER HARBOUR - RETIRE & FISH  3-070  A good lot - close to stores and boat  launch, easy, easy access. Water and hydro to line, easily cleared for building.  Zoned for mobile home, or larger type  house. The price $10,000, under half cash  7% on balance. MATCH IT! PETER  SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  REDROOFFS RD. (near Welcome Beach)  26-3-184  Big lot, 100x510', understood to be on local water system. Try your offer on $14,-  000, terms available. JACK WHITE, 886-  2935 evefc.  VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK 3-085  This lot is cleared and ready for building your home, it has an easterly and  westerly view from the top of the lot.  Just drop by Nestman Rd., and see the  sign. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eves. F;p.  $11,000.  SECHELT  Agencies Ltd  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2235    -  Ask for Free Catalogue of Property  Multiple Listing Service   ���  Vancouver Real Estate Board  REAL  ESTATE ��� INSURANCE  WATERFRONT HOME ��� 2 BEDROOM,  DAVIS BAY . 3-177  Charming home on 60' of the best waterfront on the Peninsula with rustic dining room with bay window feiying a wonderful vew-of Varicoiive.r island and the  very active Georgia Straits. Many other.,,  features. F.P. $64,700. PAT MURPHY,"  886-9487.  AN APPOINTOIENT ONI_Y i 17-3-212  Yes it's an abskiluteihust! Ask me the  price, then, by ah itkpectibh only will  you appreciate the inherent quality and  the actual spaciousness of this truly fine  ocean side home. A wide; wide view, you  will feel your floating tranquilly above  the Trail Islands, looking outwards to  Vancouver Island. Please! By appointment only. ROBT. KENT, 885-9461.  $100 GRAND & EASY CARE 3-110  Yes, it's a lot down, but if you have it'  youll hot find a better place to put it.  You^ will enjoy the' easy care and watch  the capital appredatiori grow in leaps  and bounds while coUecting monthly income; A huge home by a year round  creek plus a 740 __ 20 heated pool in  roughly ari acre* plus nearly 5 acres of  trailer home park featuring a present 18  isites with room to double for expansion.  F.P. $195,00tif teriias. Try your full cash  offer. ROBT. KENT will listen at 885-  9461 or show you on our closed circuit  T.V.  REALLY GENTLE SLOPE TO THE  SOUTH 3-170  It's all on the nicest waterfront location.  Full 2 bedroom home plus self contained-  260 sq. ft. of bachelor pad, and a sun  deck you will truly enjoy. $55,000 F.P.  BOB KENT, 885-9461 eves.  WEST SECHELT & VIEW VIEW! VttlW!  Various  Finest choice of view lots anywhere! You  can just about _et your bottom dollar  we have a view location to fit your needs.  I even have a lot at only $10,000 that I  feel is my best -value published today!  ROBT. __ENT, 8-5-9461 teves.  SECRET COVE COUNTRY ACREAGE  30-3-187  Near Jolly Roger Inn. Short trip to  Smugglers Cove. Quaint names but air  exciting view from these nearly 15  acres, and about 1500' of Hwy 101 frontage. Try your full price offer, but we  offer terms, $10,000 down, balance over  20 years. Put on your hiking boots and  wander through "arbut_s country." See  for yourself 7ROBT.TRENT, 885-9461 eves  EARLS COVE FERRY rf VIEW LOT  49-3-200  Don't be in a ruSh to catch the ferry, take  time to drive in on Jervis Unlet Rd. Find  my sigh on the"���bestdamTview lot you'll  see tot sale with jirov-ri well and cleared-  neai-ready-to-build br move your trailer  onto this virtually unobstructed view of  Jervis Inlet property. Make your offer.  We ask $11,900. ROBT. KENT, 885-9461  eves.  GOING CONCERN MOTEL 3-221  A busy 10 umt-!operatioh, with fine owners' quarters; On the beach. Excellent  man & wife operation, ill health forces  sale. Full details only to sincere inquiries. AH in very good condition, and well  equipped, in our best area. $50,000 cash  required, carry balance on monthly payments from revenue. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 eves. '<  TUWANEK 20B-3-146 s  Nicely situated on a view lot, here's, a  near new home well built by owner. View  sundeck, big living room, two bedrooms, .'.  driveway, garden nicely laid out. $38,500  on terms. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 eves.  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK  3-214  Large treed view lot oh Hiway 101. In  area, of hew homes. Lot size 200x117'.  Fully serviced. Gentle slope. F.P. $20,500.  LEE R. BROWN, 886-2235 (24 hrs.)  CAN I HELP YOU? 20-3189  My client wants to get a sale - now! on  his lot that fronts oft an "almost" seaside  location. .Only the esplanade is between  you and the waters of Porpoise Bay. May  I assist you to an equitable price? Call  me Tiny Bob (or anything else) but let's  get a sale going for your sake (and mine  too). Foremost, is my client's wish to sell!  Phone 885-9461.  SELMA PARK - RADCUFFE RD. 3-190  High up yiew lot, 80 x 1255', looks above  other lots to water view. Minimal clearing. Serviced - Hydro, water arid Cable  T.V.. Asking $14,900. PETER, SMITH,  885-9463 eves. {>-  GRANTHAMS WATERFRONT ��� 2-2-997  View house to rent year round and cottage on the beach. Warm swimming and  good moorage. Handy for commuting by.  speedboat from Fisherman's Cove. Leasehold, 17 years on present lease. $35,000,  terms available. JACK WARN, 886-2681  eves.  SELMA PARK - CUTE & COSY 17/3-201  2 bedroom cottage completely remodelled  w-w rugs throughout, four .piece colored  plumbing, electric heat. Small fenced  yard, good garden. Lovely view. Economical retirement. F.P. $18,500. C. R. GATHERCOLE,  886-2785 eves.  GIBSONS (Near Sunnycrest) 5-3-198  Level cleared corner lot (65 x 120') on  Davis Road, handy to schools arid other  amenities. Proposed park nearbyi fine  new homes all around. Might be on sewer  line soon. $12,000 F.P. JACK WHITE,  886-2935 eves. ,  34 ACRES ��� VD_W! 3-153  4 bedroom home, 2 cabins, new barn,  chicken and goat sheds, on 34 acres.  Selectivelydeared, southern exposure,  wide angle view. Road frontage on 3  sides. An exceptionally fine property.  $90,000 down oh full price of $170,000.  Try your offers. LEE ,R. BROWN. 885-  2235 (24 hrs.)  MINI-HOBBY FARM, WEST SECHELT  I.".. '.''���'������" ���"/���'    . '"3-215.  Get into this and beat the high cost of  living, have, your own cows, .pigs, and  chickens, plus vegetable garden;' Come  back to where it is peaceful. This mini-  farm has an older 3 bedroom house plus  a 16 x 12' cabin and 28 x 32' barn, and a  20 x 50* equipment shied^ arid workshop.  4% acres approximately cleared and  fenced with a small orchard in one corner. F.P. $65,000 terms. PAT MURPHY,  885-94_7.  PEACE <�� QUIET 113-1-1  On a lazy side road off Lower Roberts  Creek road a .70 x 111' lot,, not far' from  beach access. This dead end road has  water and hydro available. You will like  this country lot. F.P. $11,000. ROBT.  KENT, 885-9461 eves.  VIEW LOTS PORPOISE BAY  (Sunshine Heights) 3-167/168  These 2 lots offer all services with a  wonderful view of the Sechelt Inlet,  cleared and ready for building. 5 minutes  away from the new varena, arid a boat  breakwater is being built to accommodate  200 boats. Prices for these lots are $13,000  and $14,000. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eve.  ALL HARD WORK DONE 17-3-210  Landscaped and fencing posts are in on  this view lot at Selma Park. Approx. %  basement in concrete plus a house that:  will do you for years. Recently reduced tp only $24,900 (not on reserve)  BOB fcENT, 885-9461 eves.       .  GIBSONS RURAL 6-3-154  Over 8 acres, ^4 in grass, rest in well  developed trees .'.with strearii thru! Frontage on two roads. Village water. Terms  on $38,000. JACK WARN, 886-2681 eves.  GIBSONS RETIREMENT or STARTER  5-181  Attractive single bedroorii' cottage, -propane furnace,. stone fireplace. Situated  on quiet Franklin Road vl block from  beach. Choice, level fenced lot - on sewer.  The nouse is shabby but full price of  $19,000 provides generous allowance for  renovation by handyman purchaser.. C.  R. GATHERCOLE, 886-2785.  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT LOT  204-138  About 100' of shoreline, located at end of  a little cove, close to marina. No tidal  flats in this area. Lot is level, wooded  & served by water system, ideal for summer home. F.P. $15,000. JACK WHITE,  886-2935 eves.  ACREAGE ��� SOUTHERN EXPOSURE  _. ��� 3-132  Gentle slope to this treed acreage. Land  size 4.6 acres. Building site selectively  cleared. Serviced with Hydro. Water  source indicated. There is a good view  from this property., F.P. $24,900. LEE R.  BROWN, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  1 ACRE REDROOFFS ROAD 3-166  One acre of gently sloping land with 106'  on Redrooffs Rd., and 5wm depth, south  westerly exposure. Possible subdivision  * �� in the future. F.P. $15,000. Try your offers. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eves.  AN INFLATION HEDGE 17-3-213  Large lot 152 x 98' and interest at only  10%. A quiet road in the niidst of activity. Havies Rd. affords the opportunity  ot the small investor to, spread his ^purchase over 5 years"'-.with only$3,000 down.  ROBT. KENT, 885-9461 eves.  DAVIS BAY - LARGE TREED LOT  7-Y-7Y77-Y77-- 77-Y77.'. 3-220  Lot size. 72x274*, great scope for a gar-v  dener, 1% blocks to beach. Enough alder  wood for fireplace fbiY many winters,  also some evergreens. Gentle slope and  potential water view. All local services,  and oft black topped road. Asking $14,000  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  GIBSONS RURAL 3-223  Senii-waterfront lot on Gower Pt. Rd.  Beautiful selection of trees on this lai^ge  view lot close to seaf rbrit. 100x138' $13,500  cash; JACK WARN, 886-2681 eves.  ROBERTS CREEK 11-3-191  Level wooded lot, close to beach, hydro  and7 water available, bried R-li size 70x111  $11,000. F.P. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 eve.  4.6 ACRES <., MASON ROAD 3-217  Peacefulness surrounds you as you walk  through the parklike setting. Beautifully  treed. Frontage on Mason Rd. Gentle  slope. Not in the land freeze. F.P. $27,500  LEE R. BROWN, 885-2235 eves.  _  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C. Y  Phone 885-2235  Ask for Free Catalogue of Property  .   Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver Real Estate'Board  REAL ESTATE ��� INSURANCE Guides awarded badges  'Gibsons 1st. Guide Company held a Mother and  Daughter Banquet at Gibsons  United Church HaU. The girls  presented corsages to their  mothers'. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of,  badges which the girls had  earned diiring the year.  A presentation was made to  Mrs. Eleanor White who is  retiring as District Commissioner.  w  V-  3  4908  \  SIZES 8-18  1&&-+-/U  *****  CHECK INTO SUMMER in.  a'slimming, simple casual topped by a curved collar. It's  quick, very easy to sew in  Daoron-cotton blends.. Send!  . Printed Pattern 4 908:  Misses' Sizees 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,  18: Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2%  yards 45-inch fabric.  Send one dollar for each  pattern, - cadi or cheque or  money order. Add 15 cents for  each, pattern for first class  trailing and special handllng-  t_ Anne Adams Patterns, c/o  Coast News Pattern Dept. ��0  Progress ave., Scarborough.  Ont. MTT 4P7  7~   For all your Slewing  . and Knitting Needs  FABRIC HOWE  GIBSONS  Marine Drive 886-7525  . A NEW  RACE  OF MAN  TOMYMAMYFIHE  I am looking forwarrf 16 serving you  in Ihe fulurewithiBE ELECTRIC tT&.  Thank You I  TOMMORRIM^  BE ELECTRIC LTD. is pleased to announce  that TOM MORRISON (formerly of Morrison  Electric) is now on staff, and after a short  holiday, will be happy to continue serving  his customers-  Seaside Plaza changes made  Christine Irving, Industrial,  Challenge.  Judy White, Athlete, Team  " Sport.  Lori Stromquist,.. Team,  Sport, Postal. = 7   ������<  Barbara Clapham, Home  maker, Toymaker, Physical  fitness, Fire : brigade. TFirst  aide stage ,2,7 Globe Trotter,  History," Challenge Badge,  Craft emblemYReaders, Emergency THfelper, Y creative  crafts, ;B.P. emblem.  Cindy Beaudry, Team sport  Athlete,^Challenge TBadge. 7  Rosiria Hastings, ILaim-  dress,   Industrial. 7. -  Jackie Gaines, Postal, Globe  Trotter,  Gymnastics.  Darlene      Duncan,     Team  sport, Tbidustrial, Child  care,  Gymnastics. yV  ;'   Denise TKushher, Child care.  ...  Kim Clapham, Homemaker,  Toymaker, 7 Hostess.  Cathy White, History, N_i-  turalist, "Challenge ^niblem.  Maureen' Forsyth, Swimmers, Athlete, Team sport.  Barbara   Npwpselski,   Land  girl, Industrial,  Artists,* Fire  brigade, Little house emblem,,..  childcare,      creative     crafts,  Graft emblem.  Laura Lee Hawken; Industrial, Artists.  Michele Solinsky, Industrial  Carrie Barnes, Toymaker,  Industrial, Creative Crafts,  Postal,  Aquarist.  Knit baby sets  The final meeting of the  season at the home of the  President, Mrs; Rita Hincks  welcomed Mrs. Franklin a  new member. There were 14  members   present.  Three , knitted baby . sets  were turned in and Mrs D.  Dockar reported a good financial return from the collection jar. -  Reports from the Thrift  Shop were given by Mrs.  Booth, and the Gift Shop by  Mrs. Neilsen. Volunteer.* for  July and ^ August, were., ar,  ranged.  Tickets for The Save the  Orpheum fund have sold very  well and there are still a few  left. Contact Mrs. Hincks or  one of the members. Every  book sold means $5 to the  Hospital.  Plans for a tea orYhbme  bake sale were discussed fo**  the Fall, also a draw forYa  beautiful petit point footstool. :7:.^7: '..  With      Langdale   Ydistrict  growing fast the auxiiary is"\  hoping  for  some  new mem-  bers. They will- be welcome.;  Seaside Plaza, improvements  of whicn  have- been tied  up  fox some time;, nave been an-,  nouriced by George Gianhako_,  present owner of the '.building.  '���';\ He expecis-the fbundatioi.  will have been con^i^ed by  July 10 and the fire escaped  by the end of July. There will  be a new front exteriorby the  end of July and a restuarari^  to be knotwn as Omegas; Steak'  House completed by the ; end Y  o_ August. ���'. . 7^Y7Y7'Y!7  Plans   for   Fuhlarid   include! 7  its removal 'to a story below  the street level.Twith ari.entrance   leadings -downstairs   at7  the north end of the buiidlirijg.  In correspondenceTwith Gib  sons council he wrote that he  'fully appreciated the problems involved in the restructuring of the building and un-  dertook to pay for the extra  time which the building inspector will have to spend because of the hazards which  have to be rectified.Y  -were presented by the past-  president, Linda Phillips to:  Colleen Procknow 1 year,  Linda Phillips 2 years, Donna Forsyth 6 years and the  Presidents Pin to Jackie  Machon.  Perfect     attendance     pins  were presented by past-pres-  Coast News,' July 3, 1974.-   9  ���-.���-.<  ident Tucker Forsyth to: Clay  Carby, Bart Duteau, Rick  Wray, 1 year; Ron Leachman,  2 years; Haig Maxwell, 3  years; Tucker Forsyth,. 7  years. The Presidents Pin and  Gavel went to Clay Carby.  . At the annual TEOnsmeri and  Kinettes meeting when of.  fleers were elected recently,  the following awards ^were  made to members '  ���'. ������,. Perfect     attendance     pins  '>>���<'::.  FR/_NK E, dECKER. dos;  FdR APPOINTMEiNT    7  Telephone     Gibsons  Sechelt  Bal BlocfcY  Gibsons  Wednesdays  886-2248      7     7  885-9712       7  YMond^ys  (except, holidays)  : Y7 ,.'**-.,/aechelt:  PARADE  Saturday/ August 3  Form up 9:30 am, Brothers Park  PARADE STARTS at 11:00 a.m.  ��AMA^AM^M  ENTRY FORM:  OES.  .' .--'���. ��� ���   . . ���'������  SUMMER IBM  SATURDAY/JULY 6^2 pm.  MASONIC HALL ROBERTS CREEK  Come and Enjoy  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parade,  Bok 1001,  Gibsons, B.C.  ���������'���.-'    ���-.'     ������'������'>��� .':  ��� ���   7  ...Name -__. : ________.'__- . .���_.  ^Category (Circle one)  7_. Commercial   YY    4. .Comic  2. Society '^ 5. Other  3. Children 7' _.._______ _____  Number of Participants _____   Animals Entered Should be Decorated  m QLAMSSEN'S EXPERIENCE  re  an  ive  ... he  In 18 months as your M.P.,  different community  and individual problems  He listens and responds  with action  RE-ELECT  OLAUSSEN  COAST-CHILCOTIN FEDERAL N.D.P. CANDIDATE  Authorized 'by N.D.P. Coast-Chilcotin Re-election Committee  ���V 5^HKSy5o3��*!i��w5SS>  lO   Coast News. July 3, 1974:  Tighter wharf  controls sought  by council  Gibsons council seeks action  as regards the operations of  the government wharf which  it operates under a lease with  the federal  government  The action includes a tight-,  ening of controls and a search  of regulations to find out what  it can do. Council is now work  ing on the theory that under  regulations a boat can remain  tied up at a dock for only 48  hours. Aifter that it must be  moved. In other words a docking fee guarantees a tieup for  48 hours only.' Council wants  to find out just how far it can  go in this matter.  Neil J. Pelman of Vancouver  wrote council in a letter which  said in part:  _feel it is my right to be  allowed to use the facilities  at least overnight for whidh I  am fully prepared to pay what  ever moorage rates you choose  to set. At thes moment, they  are more than reasonable and  I would be prepared to pay  moire if you could make more  moorage available. I suggest  this could be done jby setting  dock rates that would clear 7  ou the derelict vessels ahd people taking advantage of the  moorage situation.  'I would be pleased if you 7  could look into this mattjea:,  further so that more boaters  of B.C. could use your government facility and thereby  perhaps even increase -the  tourist spending in your fair  ���city.'.  flushing urged  for water mains  iPirovincial Fire Marshal  Henry K. Jenks has informed  Gibsons municipal council that  all water mains in Gibsons ...  district water supply should  be thoroughly flushed out at  least twice each year.  This could remove sediment-  ation from water mains which  causes costly damage to fire  fighting equipment. It also  cuts down the flow of water.  The   fire  marshal  also   requested   additional   fire   hy  drants be provided for Sunnycrest   Shopping   centre   area.  Council is already committed Y  to this.  The fire marshal also requested water main installations be planned in such a way  that no smaller than eight  inch mains are used in the  business section and six inch,  in the residential areas.  Fire Chief Dick Rannager 7  agreed with the fire marshal  on his requirements for the  village. An inspector from the  "fire marshal's office conducted  three evenings of training for  the volunteer firemen. This  included six hours of training  and two for lectures. There  ���was an average attendance of  21 members, 15 of them receiving certificates.  Information from the fire  marshal's office also stated an  inspector had checked the  four schools. Royal Canadian  'Legion building and the Shell  Oil bulk fuel storage and Marina station.  ^wnvwy  The Man  LORNE GREENAWAY  Jr*  1. Born in Bella Coola, B.C. in 1933.  2. Educated in itelowna, B.C.  3. Attended  Ontario  Veterinary  College,  ,     1953 - 1958.  4. Developed a large veterinary practice in '  Kamloops, B.C., 1958 - 1968.  5. University Professor, University of  Saskatchewan, 1968 - 1969  t  6. Cattle Rancher - Soda Creek Ranch, 1970  - 1974.  7. Married with 4 children.  Greenaway Believes:  That individualism protects the dignity of man and that men and women should be free to develop their own abilities and. ambitions without government control and daily interference. This  attitude, of course, is subject always to general legislation and the rule of law for the good of all.  He defends the principle of private property and a system of free enterprise because private enterprise is the only practical system for satisfying people's social and economic wants.  ���imsm  The Party  mi  ��  mm  A Progressive Conservative  Government will:  Launch an immediate, attack on inflation with- our flexible prices and income control program, and by  slashing government spending. Inflation hurts EVERYONE. We are the only party willing to come to  grips with this serious problem, head on. -      '  Ease the housing problem by:  1. Removing the 11 percent federal tax on building materials.  2. Allowing interest paid over 8 percent on home mortgages to be charged as an expense of deduction  on your income tax return.  3. Making  government mortgages available for rural dwellings. ,  Re-organize Manpower and U.I.C. and integrate these departments with skill and vocational training programs. '"Jobs not Handouts" will be our policy. l- -  Negotiate and settle in a fair and just manner the claims of native peoples and allow them to create  their own life and educational styles. .  " .- ���"'-'  Help our resource industries get on with the job��� not tax them into bankruptcy.  Call for an immediate unilateral declaration by Canada, to extend its territorial seasto200 miles.  Canadian cattlemen do not want subsidies and surcharges ��� all they ask for is a sound reciprocal trade  agreement with foreign countries* A Conservative Government will listen^ to'Ca1#I^^  LETS PUT CANADA BACK  BY VOTING  JULY 8  AGAIN  k*l  MSI  m  _*3_  ^s���^csg  ^c5^> Sunshine   Coast  ACCOUNTANTS  W. PHILIP GORDON  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Room 208, Harris Block  Gibsons  Ph. Bus. 886-2714; Res. 886-7567  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  , NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TUB  at the S-BENDS on  Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  AUTOMOTIVE - PARTS  SUB and SERVICE  ���. Rotor Lather service for  Disc brakes and Drum  Brakes.  ��� Valve and-Seat Grinding  ALL MAKES SERVICED  DATSUN SPECIALISTS *  AL JAMIESON  JAMII.SON AUTOMOTIVE  Gibsons     Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  | GIBSONS Branch-Ph. 886-2201  SECHELT Branch-Ph. 885-2201  HOURS  Gibsons: Mon. - Thurs.  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Sechelt: Tues. - Thurs.  .10 a.m. - 3 p.in.  Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 pjn.  Sat., ,10 ajn. - 3 p.m  (BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSOHS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  LUMBER PLYWOOD  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  READY BOX CONCRETE  Phone 886-2642  |"A complete building service"  ,   TWIN CJSffl LUMBBt  & BUILD!*. SUPPIEIM.  Everything for your building  needs  Free Estimates  ribsons Sechelt  -2291-2 885-2288-8  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Porpoise Bay Road  [885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  WINDSOR PLYWOOD  (THE PLYWOOD PEOPLE)  Constructioh Plywood  Fancy Panels  Doors,   Bifolds,   Insulation  Sidings  '  ahd  all accessories  Delivery  Highway 101, .Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  BULLDOZING, BACKHOE  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Y Free Estimates'-  Excavations -���Drainage  .   Waterlines, etc.:' -  Ph. 886-9579, Rbberts Creek!  SICOTTE BULLDOZING LTD.  * LAND CLEARING  * ROAD BUILDING   -���  . Phone 886-2357  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  Clearing ��� Landtoeaping  Backhoe Work  Phone 886-9824  RJt.2 Gibsons  SHOAL DEVaOPMEKT LTD.  Septic Tanks-��� Ditching  Excavating -Land Clearing  Road Building  . Gravel & Fill  886-2836  CABINET MAKING  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  Hardwood Specialist*  Custom Designed Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom  '     Cabinetry  Remodelling  B. BEKKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  CLEANERS  ARGOSHEEN  We Clean Carpets,  Chesterfields, etc.  No Soap Buildup  Stay Clean Longer  FREE ES/TnVTATES  TOM SINCLAIR  Box 294, Sechelt  Phone 885-9327  12 - 1 or after 5 p.m.  CONSTRUCTION  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLES  (1971) LTD.  ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  R___DY--M_X  CON!C-_3TE - GRAVEL  W33STWOOD HOMES  GENERAL  PAINT  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 161 - Gibsons    ��  STUCCO  NEW OR OLD HOUSES  '-.     mom  GAMBIER COKSTRUaKH  FRANK FRITSCH  886-9505, Box 522, Gibsons j  SOUND CONST.  Coastal and Island  Contracting for  Seawalls, Boathouses, etc.  G. Wallinder        886-9307  MARIE'S CONCRETt  Driveways - Walkr  Placing & Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Box 884, Sechelt, Ph. 8859413  FREE ESTIMATES  TURBINE BROS.  CEMENT   CONTRACTOR  Foundations  Floors, Driveways,  Sidewalks,  Patios.  R.R. 1; Gibsons  Phone 886-9977 or 886-7022  ROBBTS CRffl DRY WALL  Taping and Filling by hand  . and Machine  Spraytex Sparkle Ceilings  Estimates at any time  GOOD SERVICE  Phone 886-7193  JAIJCA CONSTRUCTION  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  New Constructioh  and Remodelling  -haw Road Gibsons  886-7668  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone 886*2090 evenings  B & B CONCRETE FORM  BUILDBS  Retaining walls, sidewalks,  driveways, foundations, etc.  Free estimates  PHONE  886-7941  CHAIN  SAWS  SECHELT CHAIN SAW CENVRE  ' ��� Y-   LTD.  SALES & SERVICE  .     Chain Saws ���. Qutboards  Boats ��� Marine Supplies  Sechelt 885-9626  DRY CLEANERS  1  HR.  COIN-OP DRYCIiANERS  SAVES TIME & MONEY  Sunnycrest Plaza  next to,Royal Bank  886-2231  DISPOSAL. SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole. Cove  886-2938   7 885-9973  When renovating or  spring cleaning  Call us for your disposal needs  Commercial containers  ELECTRICIANS  )  ^XBEEUECTR.ClTd  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE  PEOPLE"  SIM ElKTRK Ltd.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2062  COAST NEWS WANT ADS  Phone 8S6-2622  DEADLINE, TUESDAY NOON  i4flu Siwib  for Jamboree  at  camp  ELECTRICIANS    (Cont'd)  B-AR-UORKAl  Contracting & Engineering  Residential - Commercial    '  Wiring  Phone 886-7816  HEATING  sechqlTheating   ~  & installation  ; FREE ESTIMATES  Gas, Oil and Electric Furnaces  -       Phone 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt.,  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to the  Floorshlne Coast  HOWESHJW  JAJITOft SBMCE  Specialists in Cleaning  Floor Waxing, Spray  Buffing, Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone  886-7131,  Gibson*  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron,  HILTS MACHIffi SHOP  & MARINE SBMC. ltd.  Arc & Apty Welding  Machine Shop      Y  .Steel Fabricating  Automotive - Marine Repair  Marine Ways .7,  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721    7  Res. 886-9956  MARINE SERVICES  PA2C0 FIBREGLASSING  Complete Marine & Industrial.  Repairs  14 & 16 ft. Canoes  ��� 65_, 8, 10 and 171_ Runabouts  Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOVING & STORAGE 7YY  LBI WRAY'S TRANSFKW.  Household Moving 7& 7 Storage  ���7. Complete PackihgYYY'  Packing Materials for Sale  Member Allied Van Lines  Phone 886-2664 - RR. 1, Gibsons  nursery   ���_.,.."��� yy'ityy:  MACK'S NURSERY  ���-.    ���..��������.' ���    .-'���..'������'  Sunshine Coast Highway 7  Shrubs,   Fruit   Trees,   Plants  Landscaping,    Pruning   Treea  Peat:Moss ^c Fertilizer  Licensed for Pesticide SpHraying  Phone 886-_S684  OPTOMETRIST  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER  BAL BLOCK ��� GIBSONS  '"Y": YW_��N__SD__Y 7  for APp6r_m_ti_NTS  886-22_8 Y7  SECHELT MONDAYS  Phone 885-9712  PAINTING  A B C GENERAL PAINTING  Spray, brush or roll  Phone  886-2512  MHiTiNG  : Painting, staining,  stained doors & bifolds.  "All7wbrk guaranteed"   ,"���  Interior and exterior.  Evenings; Ken   - 885-2734  Herb - 885r2934  P.O.   Box:   943,   Secheit,   BC.  vAYKCtyr^yy'-^x-^y''  MAST PAVING  PAVINQ FROM DRIVEWAYS  TO; mGHWAYS  Highways, Parking Area-  Driveways, Crushed-Gravel  Equipment Rentals  Maih; Office  .7 :V7;7Y ���'Y'V;  Box 95, Powell River. 485-61118  Branch Office: 77:  , v Sechelt. Ph. 885^234?.  9:30 to  3:30 p.m.  :��������������� t './������ ��� '     '        ��� "       ���  PLUMBING  RAY NEWMAN PIUMBWG  SALES &  SERVICE  Hot Water Heating  Building & Alterations  Davis Bay Rd., R.R. 1,  Sechelt ������ Ph. 885-2116  6&EPinanw  4 HEATM6 ITD,  Certified ���> Plumber*-^-  Box 165 Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7638  New: installations, renovatioiis,  repairs, hot water heating,  sewer clearance pump repairs  - & installations. Duct work.  24 HOUR SERVICE  Domestic Commercial  Industrial 7  PENINSULA PLUMBING  CONTRACTING  Sechelt Highway & Pratt Rd.  Port Mellon ��� Pender Harbour  ' '    Free Estimates  Phone 886-9533  Ray Coates ��� 886-7872   Y  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  PLUMBING ��� PIPEFITTING  STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All work Guaranteed  REFRIGERATION ~"  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION  &  MAJOR APPLIANCE  SERVICE  Port.Mellon to Pender Harbour  Used - Refrigerators   for   Sale  Phone 886-2231  From 9, ajn. to 5:30 pjn.  Res. 886-9949  ::.k.i]  REFRIGERATION  and Appliance Servicing  also used appliances for sale  PRATT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-9959  Get that odd job done  RETAIL  HARDWARE  yyriyy.  Sechelt ��� 885-9713  r-;;.  MKMR7  CARD AHD GIFT SH��  Wharf Road, Sechelt  P.O. Box 213 Ph. 885-9066  Coutts-Hallmark Cards &.  wrappings; Gifts, Picture  Puzzles; English bone china  cups, saucers, etc.  Boutique   Items  Local Artists' Paintings  ,   BBdHUA  SEWING MACHINES  I    NOTIONS, etci  REPAIRS AND' SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES  FABRIC HOUSE  Marine I>rive  Gibsons 77 -  886-7525  EATONS  CALL 886-7515  Gibsons B.C.  RENTALS  Concrete    TForm     Rentals  for all types of basements  Complete instuctions  provided  Please- Contact   Y  fBHR FORM MMTA1S  (Rental Shop;, Davis Bay)  Phone 885-2612  Eves.   885-2359  ROOFING  STAN HILSTAD ROOFING  DUROID, SHAKES  OR REROOFING  R.R.  1,  Port Mellon Highway  Gibsons Phone 886-2923  Gffl-RAL ROOFING  All types, roofing, reroofing  and  repairs. *  Guaranteed Workmanship.  Phone  885-909:1  Box 948, (Sechelt  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALIBI  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St. Box 607  Sechelt B. C.  Office  885-2625 Res.  885-9581  LAND SURVEYING  R0Y&  In one month's time. Camp  Barnard, at Sooke on Vancouver Island will be invaded by  over 3,400 Scouts and Venturers and 600 adult volunteer  leaders for their Aug. 1 to 10  action   packed    Jamboree   of*  Challenge.  Three years of intensive preparations   wiijL   come   to, life  and the boys from all areas of   .  British Columbia and.' the Yukon, most Canadian "provinces  and many of the iStates will  camp. under canvasY do  their  own  cooking,   enjoy  activities'  such as swimming, markman- j  ship    on    rifle   and    archery  -, ranges, ride trail bikes, hiking, .  mountain climbing, pioneering  ad    countless    other    exciting  activities.  There is even a-First Day  cover for stamp. collectors  that will.have a colourful native crest along with the Scout  and Venturer crests. These sell  for three for $1.00 and may "be  obtained by writing to B.|C.-  Yukon Provincial Headquart-  ers,! Boy Scouts of Canada,  2188 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C:, V6K 2N2 up, to  July 20th. After that date, orders-can be placed at the  Stamp Shop on the Jamboree  site, Camp Bernard, Sooke up  to 112 noon, August 1st, opening date of the Jamboree.  Soys attending the Jamboree   who   are   stamp  collectors  "are reminded to bring duplicate   stamps, for   exchanging.  YStamp enthusiasts needing  more information may7;write  William Turhey, 1306 Cottonwood Crescent, North Vancouver, B.C., V7P 1K9.  The Jamboree will have its  own newspaper, called The  Chinook, with The Vancouver  iSun promotion manager, Al  McLellan, as publisher. Victor-  ~ ia Press has generously offered to print this tabloid paper  every second day of the big  event. Top flight journalists  have volunteered their services to assist Al in this undertaking.  Action coming  Mr. and Mrs. N. Wellwood,  Abbs road with' 'just another  complaint re water pressure'  : want some actiohi their letter  to GibsOn_. council explains.  With the rising ;cost of water  the WellWobds expect better  Service. Council reports it has  plans iwell in hand and will be  doing     something     about     ft  ;, shortly. Albbs road will be the  first improvement area in  council activities for this summer's .work.  SURVEYS  1525 Robson St.  Vancouver 5       % Ph. 081-9142  Zenith 6430  Sechelt 885-2332  T.V. * RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALB i SERVICE im  ADMIRAL - ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN SECHELT."  Box 799, Sechelt  Phone- 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  SUNSHINE COAST TRAUR MRI  1 Mile West of Gibsons, Hlway  Laundromat  Extra Large Lots  and Recreation Area  Parklike Setting  Phone 886-9826  TRANSPORT ���~  DOUBLE R  TRUCKING LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ���- FILL  - Phone 886-7_69  TREE TOPPING  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Marv  Volen,   Phone  886-9597  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW  Top tall trees adjacent to  building.  T.V. & RADIO (Confd)  t ' .  H-VHS'IV  -   I .7-  ' J-Y  V   Service Depot for  ��� ' .-:;...  PHILIPS ��� ZENITH  R.C.A. - ADMIRAL  f-7  FLEETWOOD  JY  DEALER  Phone 886-2280  '   .*Y.'r  TRAILER  PARK  -'     ��� ���     ! ���- . (.'���"������  Learn the rules of boattaa  safety with Red Cross. Ahm  wear your PFD (Personal Flotation Device) when you go in ���  boat. ���  Letters to Editor  Editor:- On behalf of the  British Columbia Association  for Children with Learning  Disabilities I wish to thank  you for doing "business with  our organization arid for the  helpful news ��� paper coverage  you have given us.  We hope to have the pleasure of continuing our business reflations with your office.  ���^Gayle Pedneault, Corresponding Secretary.  SEA CAVALCADE Queen contestants along with l<973.fQueen  Susan Jorgenson were present  to meet Johnny Crawford,"one  of the stars of _1he Inbr_a_:e_)~  when it opened last Wednesday in Gibsons.  Spend a few moments  in Miss Bee's, just to look  at the variety of local artists' paintings. Some-very  interesting styles on display. Miss Bee's/ Sechelt.  .>&  SOFTBALL  SENIOR   MEN'S    SOFTBALL  League Standings  Pen Hotel.  Roberts Ck.  Wakefield Inn  1 Legion"  June 25:  1    >  W L  '115 2  13 '4  10 7  Pis  30  26  20  5    13    10  Wakefield  6   . .  Pen Hotel 7  WP, A. .Skytte, LP, S. Hately  Pen took a 7-2 lead in the  3rd inning' but Wakefield battled back by scoring 4 in the  6th. John Crosby halted ;their  rally when ihe made a^divjng  catch in. right center "field to  retire the side. Pete Paulson  went 3-4 at the plate "for Wake  field as they outhit Pen 9-.7u; ������  .-'���./'  Legion 5  Roberts Cr. 6  WP, R. Henderson 6th, G.  Helmer, LP, Don Elson, HR,  B. Bennett, 1 Legion.  Don Elson pitched another  great game for Legion but  ended up losing in 10 innings  to Roberts Creek. Legion were  nursing a 5-4 lead in the bottom of the 7th inning with 2  out. Brad Boser looped a single into short right field and  then stole 2nd, and 3rd. He  scored the tying run when the  catchers throw went into the  outfield. Brad also had'a good  night at the plate, .going 4-5.  June 27:  Legion 2  .Wakefield' 4  ���WP, R. Joe, I_P_ Doug Elson,  HR, B. Benner 1 (2) WAK.  Ross Joe pitched a strong 2  hitter for Wakefield and 'Bob  Benner broke the tie with a  2 run homer.  Top Batters  D. Scott Pen .452  F. Reynolds Pen .424  B. Crosby*Pen .420  B. Benner Wak. .418  B. Bennett Leg. .416  *    K. Johnson B.C. .410  Home Run Hitters  K. Bland Pen 5  J. Gray Wak. 4  L. Stoodhnoff Pen 3  , K Eldtred R.Ci 3  F Reynolds Pen 3  League Tournament  Roberts Cr. 6  Pen Hotel 2  .  WP,  L. Pearl.  LP} F. Reynolds, HR, Van Streppen RC  * Wakefield 2  Legion 7  WP, Don Elson, LP, Jim  Hall, HR, Oft Baba Leg. *  Wakefield 7    - ^ ���  Pen Hotel  5 .,  WP, IS. Hately, LP,. F. Reynolds, HR, Reynolds, Bland  (Pen) Benner  (Wak.) _  Roberts Cr. 9  Legion 1(2 j  <Wt_?, Doug Elson, LP, G. Helmer, HR, Bennett (Legion)  Pearl, Eldred RC  Wakefield 5  Roberts Cr. 7  WPr L. Pearl 5th, F. Redshaw, iLP S. Hately, HR, Van  12   Coast News, July 3, 1974.  Streppen 1 (2), Boser 1 RCl  Roberts Cr. 8  Legion 7  WP, F. Redshaw, LP, Don  Elson, HER, Boser 1 (2) RC  Legion 10   -  Roberts Cr. 2  WP, Doug Elson, LP; R-  Henderson*' HR, Jack RC, Baba  1 (2), Havies Leg.  Doug Elson pitched a neat  5-'hitter as Legion bombed the  Creek to win'the.tournament.  Legion had not beaten 7FLC. in  4 league meetings but downed  them twice 7.0 win. TDoug" Elson was named best pitcher,  Bob Crosby. (Pen)'top batting  average .714 and Shawn Van  Streppan home run hitter/The  Legion team would) like tp  thank all fans who- watched  the games and a special thank  you to umpires Bill Wilsc^i,  Ron Baiba, Gary Flumerfelt  and the ball players who ump-  ed; and to Diane Johnson who  was official scorer for" the  tournament.  WANTED  Used furnitur^ or what,  ���   have you    ���  AL'S USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons ��� 886-2812  ��--*���  MEAT  ROUND STEAK  Can. A-l or A-2  Reg. or ___i_k Cut _.  "COUNTRY STYLE"  Coil in Plastic Cups _  $1.89  85c  lb.  lb.  BACON  BEEF LIVER  Hint of Maple  Rindless, 1 lb. pkg. __ .____.  $1.05  Sliced  79c  lb.  ORANGES  VALENCIA  88's '_____���___.  California Grown ,~ _-_-%-"��� _  Cte-iforiii-a Whites _________  *-��_,. 99c  49c  lb.  5 ,���,: 79c  TOMATO JUICE 2Ti,!_7___2#Br99c  KRAFT DINNER "i0^L_4i_89e-  _  FACIAL TISSUE ZgL 2*_79c  DESSERT WHIP 4c��fp ^PP"G MDC. 45c  HONEY ^r^   . y . 79c  FRUIT COCKTAIL STL^_2^79c  CHEESE WHIZ ^T^T._____ $1.09  BEAb in Tomato Sauce ETL_ 49c  "'I " '  TlABAUJ     Orange Pekoe, 60s -__      f DC  PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri., Sal., July 4,5,6  ��� 7 We reserve the right to limit quantities      Y  YOUR  GIBSONS, B.C. Ph.. 886-2522


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